Lightroom Map Module, A Free GPS Technique!
As a photographer, I always use keywords and tagging for my images, two simple steps that make finding images a breeze. You may have thousands of images in your hard drives, and when you want to select some images for your projects, it can be time-consuming to find the photos you are looking for. Keywords and tagging are beneficial, but what if you search for images from a particular location regardless of the keywords? That is where Lightroom Free GPS Technique comes in handy.
Or you keyworded your images as a trip to Montreal, and there are hundreds of images, but you are searching for images you took in one of the parks, and you can not remember the name of the park?
How to Geotag your images in Lightroom using Free GPS Technique
Your camera may not have a GPS unit, neither does mine, but thanks to the Lightroom Map module, you can geo-tag your images and make searching images more fun!
Lightroom Map Module works with Google Map. You can geotag your photos as broad as a city name (Such as Abbotsford) or as precise as a unique street address or location (Such as Fish Trap Creek Park Abbotsford).
This tutorial shows how easy and fast you can do it by utilizing Lightroom free GPS Technique for you!
Open Lightroom Map Module
In search box type the location; Google and Lightroom will find the location for you
From the Filmstrip select all photos that belong to this location
Drag and drop the images to the location
Lightroom Map added the exact Geo-tag to the selected pictures!
Job is done!
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