I decided a while ago that it would be useful to “geotag” my photographs, i.e. to automatically record the location from which each is taken and add that to each images’s metadata. As my next photographic trip is to Iceland and I rate my chance of correctly remembering and spelling all the Icelandic names as about 0%, this could be very useful.
I looked at commercial solutions, but they have several drawbacks, including the need to carry at least one more gadget, and some questions about how they would fit with my photographic workflow. Then I realised that I could achieve a similar result using just my new mobile phone and some low-cost software which can integrate neatly with my Bibble-based workflow. Read how my solution works in this article.