Commit 3ab07c46 authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan
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Fix minor typo, use entities

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<title>What is "Geotagging"?</title>
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Photos (e.g. JPEG images) contain metadata like the creation date, camera information etc. Those are either stored in the so-called <ulink url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exif">Exif header</ulink>, in an <ulink url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extensible_Metadata_Platform">XMP sidecar file</ulink> or in both. This data can also represent geographic coordinates so that it's replicable where the images were taken.
Photos (&eg; JPEG images) contain metadata like the creation date, camera information &etc; Those are either stored in the so-called <ulink url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exif">Exif header</ulink>, in an <ulink url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extensible_Metadata_Platform">XMP sidecar file</ulink> or in both. This data can also represent geographic coordinates so that it's replicable where the images were taken.
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Most cameras don't have GPS receivers, so, most can't save coordinates when taking images. A common approach is to e.g. carry a small GPS logging device along (or nowadays also using a smartphone ;-), which records a track all the time. Later on, the images' dates can be compared to the GPS log's points' dates to figure out where an image was taken.
Most cameras don't have GPS receivers, so, most can't save coordinates when taking images. A common approach is to &eg; carry a small GPS logging device along (or nowadays also using a smartphone ;-)), which records a track all the time. Later on, the images' dates can be compared to the GPS log's points' dates to figure out where an image was taken.
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<title>Setting or looking up elevation information</title>
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Altitudes can always be set maually. Alternatively, the altitudes can also be looked up querying different elevation datasets using <ulink url="https://www.opentopodata.org/">opentopodata.org</ulink>'s API.
Altitudes can always be set manually. Alternatively, the altitudes can also be looked up querying different elevation datasets using <ulink url="https://www.opentopodata.org/">opentopodata.org</ulink>'s API.
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This way, the geodata assignment is made persistent and also accessible for other geodata-aware applications (like e.g. <ulink url="https://www.kphotoalbum.org/">KPhotoAlbum</ulink>).
This way, the geodata assignment is made persistent and also accessible for other geodata-aware applications (like &eg; <ulink url="https://www.kphotoalbum.org/">KPhotoAlbum</ulink>).
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