You can use gps4cam in 3 steps:
➊ Launch gps4cam and press the ‘Start a new trip’ button.
➋ At the end of your trip, press the ‘Export’ button, which will generate a 2D bar code. Take a picture of this screen with your camera
➌ Upload the pictures to your mac or pc using gps4cam desktop (free download on our website). This software will automatically geotag your pictures.
✔ No need to manually synchronize the time and date of your phone and your camera
✔ Share one bar code with several cameras
✔ Date your photos with your phone data
✔ Visualize the trip and different capture points on a map
✔ Share the geotagged pictures on websites like Flickr, Picasa or Panoramio
✔ Organize the geotagged pictures with software like iPhoto, Aperture or Lightroom (mac & pc).
✔ Works with all camera brands including Canon, Nikon, Sony and Panasonic
✔ Geotag all the usual image formats (jpg, raw, tiff...)
✔ Contextual help and instructions
✔ Complete FAQ
✔ Guided tour
✔ Multilingual (English, French, German and Dutch)
✔ GPX export
4 MODES, 4 WAYS OF USING THE APP
➜ Standard: one capture every 1, 5 or 10 minutes
➜ Precise: one capture every 30 seconds
➜ Energy saving: one capture every 30 minutes
➜ Manual: Capture by shaking your phone
SOME RECENT REVIEWS
☆ "You could purchase a GPS peripheral for your camera or add the location information to each photo manually—or give gps4cam a try. (...) Great app." (MacLife)
☆ "If you are a photographer and you have an iPhone, gps4cam is the iPhone app you need!" (onextrapixel.com)
☆ "Very useful iPhone app." (The-Digital-Picture.com)
☆ "This app works really well and is a very good and inexpensive way to geotag all of your images." (digitalphotobuzz.com)
☆ "What if you want to geotag pictures from another digital camera? Now, there is an app for that!" (photographyblog.com)
☆ "Overall, it's a brilliant idea that's well executed and well priced." (learningdslr.com)
If you have a Mac you can use this app: bit.ly/smaphotag to tag all your photos with an easy app - just drag and drop the pictures on the dock-icon.
If you are a Linux user you can use exiftool and the GPX files that this app generates on your SD card.
exiftool -overwrite_original -geotag PATH_TO_GPX_FILE -xmp:geotimeThis app was coded on the mobile hackathon at #cpeu
I added ability to save a screen image to a file "FigerPaint.java".
I use "ColorPickerDialog.java" without modification.
You can draw a picture on the screen,and save drawing to the gallery as PNG file.
If you are installing the Paint2SS, draw a picture on the screen shot.