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Geotagging is where you add geographical identification metadata to your photos or video. If you have ever uploaded smartphone or drone images to Adobe Lightroom, you might have noticed this rather snazzy feature.
If you go to the Map tab, the third tab along, you can see markers showing a very accurate representation of where your photos were taken. Click an individual marker and it will reveal the shot taken in that position.
Geotagging is a very useful feature to have. Unfortunately, outside of drones, smartphones and upper-end cameras GPS location is not often built into cameras.
However, with the use of OEM or third-party apps, it is still possible to add geotagging to your DSLR or Mirrorless images.
Here are 3 tips to understanding and using geotagging