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Old 09-28-2017, 04:40 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Joseph Cermak View Post
Had a question I wanted to pose to members of the forum. When geotagging a photo of a train, should you tag where you were standing when the photo was taken, or tag where the position of the train was? People I've talked to seem to be pretty evenly split one way or the other. I prefer to tag where the photographer was standing for the purposes of looking where a shot was composed from, as well as that is the location tagged in EXIF when using a camera with that capability. Interested what others have to say. Thanks!
This was debated in a thread not so long ago.

Let's consider, say a building rather than a train. Would you rather see the exact spot where the building stands, or the spot where some random person was gazing at the building?
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