Many people like adding geographical information to their photos. This includes, precise coordinates including the latitude and longitude of the tagged location (saved as the EXIF data). Several camera manufacturers have started concentrating on providing GPS support. If your camera does not support it or have a bunch of old photos lying around which you would like to manually geotag, then you have come to the right place. GeoTagImages is a portable application which allows you to quickly and easily add GPS tags to multiple pictures using a connected GPS tracking device.
As of now, GeoTagImages only supports WINTEC WBT202 and GARMIN GPX devices. We hope that developer will add support for additional devices soon. All you need to do is drag & drop an image folder to GeoTagImages shortcut to tag it. GeoTagImages reads all JPEG image properties of the specified folder and automatically downloads the current GPS data. To geotag your images, either drag the image folder over the Geo TagImages shortcut or select folder by clicking select folder icon in toolbar.
You will receive a prompt to specify a GPS data folder. Once a local GPS data folder has been specified, GPS data from WINTEC WBT202 or GARMIN GPX devices will be downloaded (provided the program is running and the GPS device is plugged in). If camera and GPS items are synchronized, the GPS coordinates may easily be added to image(s) by clicking the second menu button from the left. For some general guidelines and feature overview, you can also check out the developer’s provided wiki for this application.
GeoTagImages is an open source application which works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, provided you have .Net Framework 4 installed.