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Paul in Houston TX 06-25-2012 03:06 AM

Re: [SI] Geotags
 
SI Committee wrote:
>
> Given the overwhelming support regarding the prior SI proposal on
> geotagging, the Committee has adopted the following procedure with
> respect to photos submitted to the SI.
>
> The same paragraph was added to today's reminder for the "Pairs" SI.
>
> ////////////////////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
> Special note: Files that contain geotags will be posted to Panoramio
> under the name "shootinphotos" as well as to the Pbase site. If you do
> not wish this to occur either remove the tags from the photos or advise
> the committee at the address below when submitting photos to the SI.
> \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\////////////////////////////////////


I have never submitted any photos to the groups but
was considering doing so. It sounded like fun and I
enjoyed reading the critiques by people much more
knowledgeable than I with respect to photographs.
However, with the inclusion of geotagging I am no
longer considering submitting photos.
I purposely did not get a gps capable camera
due to security restrictions of many of my photos.
Paul.

otter 06-25-2012 04:34 AM

Re: Geotags
 
On Jun 24, 10:06*pm, Paul in Houston TX <P...@Houston.com> wrote:
> SI Committee wrote:
>
> > Given the overwhelming support regarding the prior SI proposal on
> > geotagging, the Committee has adopted the following procedure with
> > respect to photos submitted to the SI.

>
> > The same paragraph was added to today's reminder for the "Pairs" SI.

>
> > ////////////////////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
> > Special note: *Files that contain geotags will be posted to Panoramio
> > under the name "shootinphotos" as well as to the Pbase site. *If you do
> > not wish this to occur either remove the tags from the photos or advise
> > the committee at the address below when submitting photos to the SI.
> > \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\////////////////////////////////////

>
> I have never submitted any photos to the groups but
> was considering doing so. *It sounded like fun and I
> enjoyed reading the critiques by people much more
> knowledgeable than I with respect to photographs.
> However, with the inclusion of geotagging I am no
> longer considering submitting photos.
> I purposely did not get a gps capable camera
> due to security restrictions of many of my photos.
> Paul.


What is to keep you from submitting photos without geotags? He didn't
say they were required.

Paul in Houston TX 06-25-2012 05:20 AM

Re: [SI] Geotags
 
BobF@somewhere.com wrote:
> On Sun, 24 Jun 2012 22:06:58 -0500, Paul in Houston TX <Paul@Houston.com> wrote:
>
>> SI Committee wrote:
>>> Given the overwhelming support regarding the prior SI proposal on
>>> geotagging, the Committee has adopted the following procedure with
>>> respect to photos submitted to the SI.
>>>
>>> The same paragraph was added to today's reminder for the "Pairs" SI.
>>>
>>> ////////////////////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
>>> Special note: Files that contain geotags will be posted to Panoramio
>>> under the name "shootinphotos" as well as to the Pbase site. If you do
>>> not wish this to occur either remove the tags from the photos or advise
>>> the committee at the address below when submitting photos to the SI.
>>> \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\////////////////////////////////////

>> I have never submitted any photos to the groups but
>> was considering doing so. It sounded like fun and I
>> enjoyed reading the critiques by people much more
>> knowledgeable than I with respect to photographs.
>> However, with the inclusion of geotagging I am no
>> longer considering submitting photos.
>> I purposely did not get a gps capable camera
>> due to security restrictions of many of my photos.
>> Paul.

>
> I think there is some confusion here as to there is no requirement to submit gps
> tagged photos... but if you do they could be posted elsewhere unless you request
> they not be.
>
> Since you don't have a gps equipped camera you don't need to worry about it... I
> certainly don't with my present non-gps gear!
>
> For security, there are ways to completely strip the entire EXIF header from
> your photos if you want 100% secrecy, it can be as simple as loading and
> re-saving with Irfanview (free) after un-checking all of the data flags.
>
> We would certainly welcome any and all photographers regardless of skills...
> after all, I post there!


Cool!
Per you and Otter I see that I was mistaken and thought
geotags were a requirement.
Thanks!

DanP 06-25-2012 09:13 AM

Re: [SI] Geotags
 
On Monday, 25 June 2012 06:20:57 UTC+1, Paul in Houston TX wrote:
> BobF@somewhere.com wrote:
> > On Sun, 24 Jun 2012 22:06:58 -0500, Paul in Houston TX <Paul@Houston.com> wrote:
> >
> >> SI Committee wrote:
> >>> Given the overwhelming support regarding the prior SI proposal on
> >>> geotagging, the Committee has adopted the following procedure with
> >>> respect to photos submitted to the SI.
> >>>
> >>> The same paragraph was added to today's reminder for the "Pairs" SI.
> >>>
> >>> ////////////////////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
> >>> Special note: Files that contain geotags will be posted to Panoramio
> >>> under the name "shootinphotos" as well as to the Pbase site. If you do
> >>> not wish this to occur either remove the tags from the photos or advise
> >>> the committee at the address below when submitting photos to the SI.
> >>> \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\////////////////////////////////////
> >> I have never submitted any photos to the groups but
> >> was considering doing so. It sounded like fun and I
> >> enjoyed reading the critiques by people much more
> >> knowledgeable than I with respect to photographs.
> >> However, with the inclusion of geotagging I am no
> >> longer considering submitting photos.
> >> I purposely did not get a gps capable camera
> >> due to security restrictions of many of my photos.
> >> Paul.

> >
> > I think there is some confusion here as to there is no requirement to submit gps
> > tagged photos... but if you do they could be posted elsewhere unless you request
> > they not be.
> >
> > Since you don't have a gps equipped camera you don't need to worry about it... I
> > certainly don't with my present non-gps gear!
> >
> > For security, there are ways to completely strip the entire EXIF header from
> > your photos if you want 100% secrecy, it can be as simple as loading and
> > re-saving with Irfanview (free) after un-checking all of the data flags.
> >
> > We would certainly welcome any and all photographers regardless of skills...
> > after all, I post there!

>
> Cool!
> Per you and Otter I see that I was mistaken and thought
> geotags were a requirement.
> Thanks!


That was my understanding as well, glad to see it is not compulsory.

DanP

DanP 06-25-2012 02:18 PM

Re: [SI] Geotags
 
On Monday, 25 June 2012 13:44:46 UTC+1, George Kerby wrote:
> On 6/25/12 4:13 AM, in article
> 9c7d0707-54d9-475b-88ff-100c2b310d29@googlegroups.com, "DanP"
> <dan.petre@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Monday, 25 June 2012 06:20:57 UTC+1, Paul in Houston TX wrote:
> >> BobF@somewhere.com wrote:
> >>> On Sun, 24 Jun 2012 22:06:58 -0500, Paul in Houston TX <Paul@Houston.com>
> >>> wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> SI Committee wrote:
> >>>>> Given the overwhelming support regarding the prior SI proposal on
> >>>>> geotagging, the Committee has adopted the following procedure with
> >>>>> respect to photos submitted to the SI.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> The same paragraph was added to today's reminder for the "Pairs" SI.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> ////////////////////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
> >>>>> Special note: Files that contain geotags will be posted to Panoramio
> >>>>> under the name "shootinphotos" as well as to the Pbase site. If you do
> >>>>> not wish this to occur either remove the tags from the photos or advise
> >>>>> the committee at the address below when submitting photos to the SI.
> >>>>> \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\////////////////////////////////////
> >>>> I have never submitted any photos to the groups but
> >>>> was considering doing so. It sounded like fun and I
> >>>> enjoyed reading the critiques by people much more
> >>>> knowledgeable than I with respect to photographs.
> >>>> However, with the inclusion of geotagging I am no
> >>>> longer considering submitting photos.
> >>>> I purposely did not get a gps capable camera
> >>>> due to security restrictions of many of my photos.
> >>>> Paul.
> >>>
> >>> I think there is some confusion here as to there is no requirement to submit
> >>> gps
> >>> tagged photos... but if you do they could be posted elsewhere unless you
> >>> request
> >>> they not be.
> >>>
> >>> Since you don't have a gps equipped camera you don't need to worry about
> >>> it... I
> >>> certainly don't with my present non-gps gear!
> >>>
> >>> For security, there are ways to completely strip the entire EXIF header from
> >>> your photos if you want 100% secrecy, it can be as simple as loading and
> >>> re-saving with Irfanview (free) after un-checking all of the data flags.
> >>>
> >>> We would certainly welcome any and all photographers regardless of skills...
> >>> after all, I post there!
> >>
> >> Cool!
> >> Per you and Otter I see that I was mistaken and thought
> >> geotags were a requirement.
> >> Thanks!

> >
> > That was my understanding as well, glad to see it is not compulsory.
> >
> > DanP

>
> It's Browne's way of doing things: "Obfuscation" is his middle name.


So, you hang around here for kicks?

DanP

gpsman 06-25-2012 06:11 PM

Re: Geotags
 
On Jun 25, 8:35*am, Alan Browne <alan.bro...@FreelunchVideotron.ca>
wrote:
>
> 1- If your photos don't have geotags, then they won't be posted to Pano.
>
> 2- If your photos do have geotags and you don't want them posted to Pano
> then just say so.
>
> I'm not forcing anyone, just adding the ability to link appropriately
> tagged photos to where they were shot.


If I may, for simplicity (read: I'm too lazy), I'd up them all to
Panoramio and let the shooter strip the location data if they so
desire.

There's no requirement for location data and many (if not most) SI
photos won't meet the criteria for inclusion in Earth/Maps. I have
265 shots, only 185 made Earth.
-----

- gpsman

Paul in Houston TX 06-25-2012 11:22 PM

Re: [SI] Geotags
 
Alan Browne wrote:
> On 2012-06-24 23:06 , Paul in Houston TX wrote:
>> SI Committee wrote:
>>>
>>> Given the overwhelming support regarding the prior SI proposal on
>>> geotagging, the Committee has adopted the following procedure with
>>> respect to photos submitted to the SI.
>>>
>>> The same paragraph was added to today's reminder for the "Pairs" SI.
>>>
>>> ////////////////////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
>>> Special note: Files that contain geotags will be posted to Panoramio
>>> under the name "shootinphotos" as well as to the Pbase site. If you
>>> do not wish this to occur either remove the tags from the photos or
>>> advise the committee at the address below when submitting photos to
>>> the SI.
>>> \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\////////////////////////////////////

>>
>> I have never submitted any photos to the groups but
>> was considering doing so. It sounded like fun and I
>> enjoyed reading the critiques by people much more
>> knowledgeable than I with respect to photographs.
>> However, with the inclusion of geotagging I am no
>> longer considering submitting photos.
>> I purposely did not get a gps capable camera
>> due to security restrictions of many of my photos.

>
> Re-read what's above.
>
> 1- If your photos don't have geotags, then they won't be posted to Pano.
>
> 2- If your photos do have geotags and you don't want them posted to Pano
> then just say so.
>
> I'm not forcing anyone, just adding the ability to link appropriately
> tagged photos to where they were shot.
>

Thank you, Alan.
I misunderstood the original chat and appreciate the clarification.


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