Photo Gallery with GPS/Exif Info

In digital photography, a photo can be taken with a geographical location, this geotagging technique uses a latitude and longitude data received from satellite and stores them in digital photo together with other metadata such as copyright, camera model, lens info, resolution, exposure time, aperture, ISO, focal length, etc. These exif (exchangeable image file format) tags are  really helpful for digital photo processing, and a lot of photographers want to show EXIF data with their photographs. Here below on the left you can see a slideshow displaying exif information synchronized with embedded data of the photo, on the right, photos with GPS location on a Google map.

Yulong River - Bamboo Rafting

  • Aperture: ƒ/9
  • Credit: Z.G. Yang
  • Camera: Canon EOS 7D
  • Taken: 26 September, 2014
  • Flash fired: no
  • Focal length: 23mm
  • ISO: 800
  • Shutter speed: 1/100s

Slideshow with Photo Exif Info

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Show GPS Info

Geotagged Photo Gallery

Architecture

Architecture has to do with planning, designing and constructing form, space and ambience to reflect functional, technical, social, environmental and aesthetic considerations. It requires the creative manipulation and coordination of materials and technology, and of light and shadow. Often, conflicting requirements must be resolved. The practise of Architecture also encompasses the pragmatic aspects of realizing buildings and structures, including scheduling, cost estimation and construction administration. Documentation produced by architects, typically drawings, plans and technical specifications, defines the structure and/or behavior of a building or other kind of system that is to be or has been constructed.

Drifting ice

Drifting ice is any sea or lake ice other than fast ice, it carried along by winds and sea currents, hence its name. Wind and currents can pile up that ice to form ridges up to several metres in height. Drifting ice is often the result of high winds after a heavy frost. Above lakes or other large bodies of water, such as the IJsselmeer or Wadden Sea, the wind gets hold of the massive ice fields, which then move. The ice slices are in the direction of the wind over a large distance pushed against each other, such as the “Kruiend ijs” at Urk and Lemmer in Ijsel lake, Holland. These photos were shot on 20th Feburary 2012.

Lakes in Europe
Mountains in Europe