I have lots of georeferenced photos, which I maintain in Lightroom (lat/lon in IPTC metadata). I want to be able to navigate to a photo location using Gaia GPS and then compare the current view with what I see in the photo.
Right now my solution is to export the photos as a kml file (points only) with a unique identifier for each point, and then print the photos with the identifier on them. Then when I'm in the field, I can correlate the photo with the point by the identifier. But it would be much more convenient to just see the photo in Gaia GPS at the point marker.
I have hundreds of photos, so it is not convenient to upload each photo individually to a point.
I assume that there is currently no solution to do this within Gaia GPS, but it would be cool if there were a way to upload a bunch of photos with lat/lon encoded, and have each show up as a point + photo.
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