GPSPhotoLinker (freeware): Geotagging on the Mac since 2004.
Our pro version, Photolinker, adds a metadata editor, interactive geotagging on a map, and a GPS track browser.
GPSPhotoLinker adds GPS position and location data to your photos. The latitude and longitude recorded by your GPS unit are linked and saved to your photos. GPSPhotoLinker automatically enters the city, state and country into the metadata. Adding geographic information to an item is known as geotagging -- check out our example mapped web galleries.
- Write to jpegs, tiffs, and many RAW file types.
- Geotag a batch of photos using precise criteria.
- Shift incorrect time stamps on photos.
- Automatically add the city, state, and country from your choice of servers.
- Manually link track point and waypoints, or enter custom coordinates.
- Read from GPX or TCX track files.
- Easily upload to mapped web galleries.
Once you've geotagged your photos, you'll always know where you were when the photo was taken.
- Check out our example mapped web galleries with Flickr, Picasa, Locr, and EveryTrail and learn the tricks for uploading your own geotagged photos.
- Using Spotlight in Mac OS X 10.4 and higher, you can easily search on any of the metadata right in the Finder. If you search for "Alaska," all photos taken in Alaska will be found because of the location information saved to the photo.
- Using Preview in Mac OS x 10.5 you can easily view the location of a photo with the Inspector (⌘-I) tool.