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In my camera meta data I have latitude and longitude listed. I have 2k pics from a European trip and I'd like to know what landmark I was shooting. I haven't been able to put in the data and receive the landmark on any searches I've done and I've spent hours. Help.
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If you're using iPhoto or Aperture for your management, stop trying to put this data into the photo using Elements and use the far simpler iPhoto/Aperture interface for that.
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I've been using organizer in Elements 11. So iphoto will find landmarks from the latitude and longitude from my metadata?

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Depends on the size of the landmark, in my experience. It will read that location, however and show it on a map. You can further customize the location to say (for example) Palomar Observatory if it doesn't do that automatically very simply.
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thank you all very much. J
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