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iPhone and Places Presentation


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Kinnie

 
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iPhoto allows the user to create a places presentation if the photos are geotagged.

Is there a way to save the presentation and forward to someone to view?

The ability to link the photos to a map and provide spatial information to viewer is a great tool.

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Kinnie
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