GottenGeography is a tool I created to geotag photographs. It aims to be easy to use with a simple drag and drop interface. Here is a quick tutorial.
Upon loading GottenGeography for the first time you'll be greeted with an OpenStreetMap map of the world, which you can navigate and zoom as you wish:
You can then load photos, using either the
Open button, or drag & drop:
Once you have loaded your GPS data, GottenGeography will automatically cross-reference the timestamps in the images to the timestamps in the GPS data to place the photos on the map:
Sometimes your camera's clock is set incorrectly and you need to make adjustments, such as the timezone, or simply correcting drift. GottenGeography has a simple menu for this:
When the photos appear in the locations you expect, just hit
Save All and you're done!
It's also possible to configure what color your GPS data is displayed in. This is useful if you have multiple GPS tracks loaded and they overlap.
Written by Robert Bruce Park on Saturday, October 16, 2010