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Hello...

I'm using an MBA and I'm looking for software that can extract the gps data from a file photo.

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Well there is a workaround that works but you have to open the file in Preview.

Drag the file to the desktop and double click. This will open it in Preview.

Go Tools>Show Inspector and click the small i or info tab and then GPS

The co-ordinates are then shown. If you click Locate it will then open the Maps app and show you are more detailed version.
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