All the net is abuzz with iPhone unboxing reports etc.
I don’t know about you, but I found this year’s keynote by Steve Jobs a bit thin on the ground.
So, I just got back from a 6 week holiday (fantastic, I’ll write about it soon) with 5000 photos and a bunch of GPS tracks, so what happens now?
It is possible to edit GPS Tracks imported into Google Earth, but it is not obvious or intuitive.
Anchoring Originally uploaded by sharkbait. In my last post I talked about needing a tool to simplify GPS tracks, to remove the spikes and squiggles you get from inaccuracies in the GPS readings and stuff like swinging around on anchor chains.
I had a GPS (Garmin GPSMap 60CSx) for the first time, to take on a long sailing holiday, to be able to geotag all of the photos I took and maybe publish some tracks to Google Earth.
You have photos in Aperture that have GeoTags in their EXIF data and you’d like to view these locations in Google Earth?
Geo Workflow Originally uploaded by sharkbait. I used to have Aperture setup to import photos when my camera was plugged in, but now I have a GPS that I take on photo trips, I need a new workflow.
It is great having access to more and more route planners.
I finally bit the bullet and bought a gadget I have been bursting for, for years, a hand-held GPS.