Introduction to GPS-Photo Link By GeoSpatial Experts Viewing Instructions : Click left mouse or press Enter to continue slide show What is GPS-Photo Link?
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By GeoSpatial Experts
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GPS-Photo Link is software that “links” digital photos to the GPS coordinates where they were taken WITHOUT any connecting wires in the field.
What if the camera and GPS are not set to the same time?
GPS-Photo Link allows you to correct for differences when you run the program.
GPS-Photo Link is useful any time photos need to be matched with the location where they were taken.
Common applications include:
In the Field
Simply go to the site of the photos, turn on the GPS and make sure it has a position.
Next, take a photo of the GPS or another reliable time source (computer, satellite clock, etc.)
Take pictures while the GPS is running a track log or enter a waypoint when the picture is taken.
Run GPS-Photo Link Software
Software will download pictures and GPS information from the GPS unit itself or from files in a third party transfer program.
GPS-Photo Link asks you to compare the time of the camera to the GPS time.
You can choose from a wide variety of colors and styles for the photo labels (watermark).
Adjust font & color
Select which information to include
You can also select what information to include on each photo.
Name all the photos in the series
Give individual photos unique names
Enter direction, comments, etc.
ESRI output & ArcView Extension
GPS-Photo Link creates an overview page with:
Numbered Photo locations
A web page is created for each photo including:
Maps downloaded from the Internet
Information about the photo