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iPhone Photo Geo-tagging data

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I took some photos on my iPhone and exported them to files, including the location information. Could anyone please tell me how to access the location information from within the file from a Windows XP machine?
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You can use Picasa from Google to read the Geo Tagging EXIF data and use google earth to locate.
This article might help you out on how to accomplish this
http://www.obsessable.com/feature/geotagging-101-the-basics-behind-adding-locations-to-photos/
You can get Picasa from here
http://www.filehippo.com/download_picasa/
cheers
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Perfect! Thankyou.
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