Well the Hong Kong trip has come and gone, and I’m over my post-vacation-depression period enough to begin writing posts on the blog again. Some quick statistics: Days in HK – 19 Pictures Taken – 3824 (average of 201 a day) Pictures Uploaded – 520 (excludes a few family photos) Pictures with GPS coordinates – [...]
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Somedays I feel like the only person who is disappointed with iPhoto ’09. When announced at the keynote, I literally thought Apple read my mind as to features I lusted for, and was at least 2 years late (2006: Riya was beta testing searching via face recognition, and Flickr had geotagging). The delivery effort been [...]
The Nikon GP-1 is a GPS receiver that attaches straight to certain Nikon SLR cameras, and enables photographers to embed photo geotags (longitude and latitude data) onto pictures taken. In the box is nothing too special – the receiver, cables to connect to the camera via 10-pin (D200, D300, D3 etc.) or the special accessory [...]