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  1. Andrew Seymour
    Andrew Seymour says:

    Do you use Lightroom and the EXIF and Geo-tagging capabilities?

    I was unaware of these tools before, and wonder how they compare.

    You collection is Free vs. the need to purchase LR and Plugins to do the same.

    Just curious,

    – Andrew

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    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hi Andrew,

      I use geosetter and exiftools. Both are free and work nicely. So there is no need to spend any money here.

      Cheers
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  2. AnZanov
    AnZanov says:

    Hi Klaus,
    there’s a useful GUI for Exiftool called “ExifToolGUI”: you can easily import EXIF from the original picture and edit them.
    Give it a try!
    Ciao,
    Andrea

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  3. davide
    davide says:

    Here above I read:

    “Open your command shell and type the following:
    exiftool.exe -TagsFromFile”

    Aren’t the and missing ?

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  4. davide
    davide says:

    In my previous message something was missing, I wanted to write:

    “Aren’t the “original file” and “HDR file” missing ?

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  5. Peter Slupski
    Peter Slupski says:

    I use called ExifChanger to insert missing information after it’s been processed. This however seems to be a better choice because it looks like it transfers everything and you don’t have to manually insert the data into the fields.

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    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hi Peter,

      yes, being able to simply copy the data from one photo to another is a big advantage. It only take a few seconds.

      Regards
      Klaus

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