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FanchGadjo

Member Since 11 Jul 2010
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In Topic: Geotagging and depth in pictures' EXIF data

27 March 2015 - 04:48 AM

You are right, I should not overcomplicate things. Most of the time, dives require

a single GPS point.

 

Sometimes, we enjoy drift diving in the English Channel. I would match a track

from the boat GPS system or a smartphone to the pictures.

 

I really need to find time to program a LR plugin to read a divelog and do the

tagging !


In Topic: Geotagging and depth in pictures' EXIF data

27 March 2015 - 03:46 AM

If I was not engaged (to a woman), I would move to Australia ! ;)

This is mutual inspiration, then, cause I really like your pictures and

story tellings. I think I already told you, on flickr maybe.

 

Great job ! I have been lazy on downloading dive profiles from

my OSTC. But I need to do it now, and see if CSV conversion is

as easy as with the Petrel. Or buy a Petrel ! :D

 

Do you know if it is possible to make it a two steps process with

geoencoding support ?

1 - change the elevation to match the depth

2 - change the coordinates with an actual GPX file


In Topic: Geotagging and depth in pictures' EXIF data

20 March 2015 - 04:45 AM

I manually edited a GPX file, after CSV conversion. I changed

the elevation in Excel and then converted back to GPX :

http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/

 

If one can get a column with the depth out of the dive log and

a time reference, it should be doable to fill out the corresponding

timestamps to match the GPX format.

 

Here is my underwater picture taken at -21 meters ! ;)

 

150320014457107271.png


In Topic: Geotagging and depth in pictures' EXIF data

20 March 2015 - 02:41 AM

Converting a dive log (UDCF for example) to GPX should be doable.

If you highly motivated, you could do conversions :

UDCF to CSV to GPX.

 

Now, Geosetter is very well integrated in my workflow.

 

Update your workflow ! ;)


In Topic: Geotagging and depth in pictures' EXIF data

19 March 2015 - 06:20 AM

For people using Lightroom, it is easy to link any GPX file (tracker or phone)

to your pictures. Maybe someone can come up with a LR module to read depth

from a dive log ...

 

 

http://www.geotagpho...ty-applications