Whatever program you use to geotag your photos, make sure your photos were taken with a camera which had the correct time and timezone set. Most programs can compensate if the time was set wrong, but the process is incredibly easier if you set the camera's clock accurately.
Great point, Chris, thanks!
For a Mac GUI, HoudahGeo also provides a pretty good interface for matching GPS logs to photos. Costs $39, last updated in August 2016.
Geosetter is FOSS, the best for this windows user
Hey Scott - is this a useful resource and would it be helpful (re Harvey) to build it out more with more specific instructions or guidance? And/or, would it be helpful if we did a similar call for other types of resources?
I also want to get started on an image sorting workflow --
@bsugar has expressed interest as well.
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hey i emailed you and now emailed the list. it's not on the site but i use a canmore logger, it's rechargeable and light, good for kite work
it comes from free (NOS) software, and it's like $40, like better than AMOD that we used in 2011
HaveCameraWillTravel lists some of the software already mentioned as well as Lightroom and others. I couldn't find the post on Public Lab with the info either.