Lately my Android phone and my Ubuntu laptop are getting more friendly.
I am a photography enthusiast with Nikon D70s, this camera is not GPS-ready and even if it did I have no intention to buy an expensive GPS attachment. So here's what I did :
- Install GPS Logger for Android via Market application. This app will log your photo-walk in pre-determined time or distance. The log data stored in SD card in .GPX and .KML formats.
- Make sure to synchronize the clocks in your camera and your phone first,
- Start the application and wait until it gets satellites coverage before you take photos,
- Download your photos and the .GPX log to your computer,
- In your computer start your geo-tagging software. Load the photos and the log file, and your photos will be geo-tagged automatically.
open digiKam, it already includes geotagging application, just go to Image -> Geolocation -> Correlator
- add the recently shot images and then load the .GPX file, adjust the time difference accordingly -> apply