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Mapping Your Geotagged Images

Blog Post created by tbaker-esristaff Employee on Nov 12, 2018

(with Python, the Python Imaging Library, and the ArcGIS Online API for Python)

 

Using geotagged images can be a great way to capture verifiable data in a project-based learning or citizen science exercise. Students can collect data with photographs, share their images to a common folder, and then use this script to map the pictures.

 

Geotagged images are taken constantly, usually by people with smartphones, perhaps even by people unaware that latitude-longitude information is embedded in the header of the images.  For many casual users, seeing these images in a smartphone’s built-in Photo app with a simple map feature is all the mapping they’ll want.  But, for the carto-literati ...

 

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