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iLife Tutorial: Manage Places manually in iPhoto

Not everyone’s got a GPS-enabled camera, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use the Places feature.

When iPhoto introduced Places in 2009, it no doubt made a lot of iPhone users very happy, since the device has a built-in GPS antenna and can record the exact location of where any photo was taken. But the iPhone isn’t the only product capable of doing this; many high-end cameras have this capability too, so all you have to do is connect it to your Mac and upload the pictures, then the map in Places gets filled with little red pins automatically. Sadly, most cameras are unable to store this information and you’re left with regular digital photos with no idea where they were taken. But it is possible to manually add where in the world a shot was taken.