Geophoto can be a wonderful tool even if you don't travel at all. You can view places that are familiar to you, as seen through other people's eyes. You can explore faraway places, through shared photos on Flickr. Geophoto is also a great educational tool: learn about a geographical area through pictures; put a place in relationship with its photos, and better understand the context in which people live there.
Your World Scrapbook
Ovolab Geophoto$ 24. 95
Shoot local, share global.
With Ovolab Geophoto, you can see your pictures from a new perspective. Break the limits of long lists of pictures sorted by date! You can now browse your photo albums by location, easily finding the pictures you've taken in a particular place, during a particular trip.
Orbit around the Earth to view all the countries you have visited, or zoom into your city for a view of the pictures you've taken at home, or at your friends' places.
And you can share your photos as well, allowing your friends to zoom across the planet and see where your pictures were taken and how far you've traveled.
Your world scrapbook.
Add pictures to Geophoto's library with a single click: from iPhoto albums, from Aperture or Photoshop Lightroom, and even directly from the web - you'll soon be creating scrapbooks of photos, pinned to places on the Earth, that you can collect or show your family and friends.
Using Geophoto, you can also fly through the pictures taken by a vast community of people around the globe, who share them on Flickr: the "geotagged" photos that contain location information will automatically appear in the correct spot on the Earth.
Geophoto's speed, detailed images and ease of use make it the perfect companion to iPhoto and Flickr.
Not only for travelers.
Geophoto is a wonderful tool even if you're not a traveler or a photographer. You'll be able to discover faraway places through pictures taken by Flickr users, or simply organize the photos with your friends by pinning them to their neighborhoods.
But also professional photographers will find it invaluable: finding that photo taken during a photo safari in Africa is as easy as zooming onto the Serengeti park - and Geophoto knows exactly where it is, thanks to an exhaustive database of cities and landmarks. Plus, Geophoto supports many image file formats, including JPEG and Camera RAW, and reads and writes the GPS data, IPTC tags and image properties embedded in those files.
It's your world.
The possibilities are endless with Ovolab Geophoto. Create your own travel, hotel and restaurant guides, then share them with your friends. Discover new places around the world, and get the inspiration for your next trip.
- look up city and country, or nearby landmarks, for each photo;
- read and update IPTC tags;
- street-level detail for geotagging your shots;
- use handheld GPS units (Garmin, Magellan, Wintec) to automatically position photos;
- supports most image file formats, including several proprietary Camera RAW formats (Adobe DNG, Canon CRW1 and CR2, Creo Leaf Mosaic MOS, Hasselblad 3FR, Mamiya MEF, Minolta MRW);
- browse other people's photos on Flickr: search by tag, by location, by group and more.
Photos in the above screenshots are either copyright by Lorenzo Maria dell'Uva and used under permission, or thumbnails of public photos visible on Flickr, distributed under a Creative Commons license.