Flickr + Google Maps = Geobloggers

I knew it was coming… but still, it’s incredibly exciting now that someone has done it. They’ve combined the photo-sharing goodness of Flickr with the mapping goodness of Google Maps. The result is Geobloggers.

Basically, you can “tag” your Flickr photos with the latitude and longitude where the photo was taken, and the photo will be displayed as a push pin on a Flickr/Google Maps combo. The icing on the cake is the awesome Greasemonkey script(s) that make it really simple to add these latitude and longitude tags to your photos. How easy? Watch.

step 1
Go to the Flickr photo, and click the 'add Geo Tags' link
step 2
Enter a zip code or an approximate address. This photo was taken at Busch Gardens, FL, so I entered in the nearest intersection, Busch and McKinley
step 3
This got me close, but I wanted to show where I was in the park when I took the photo. Doubleclick to recenter and set a more accurate position. Use zoom to be more accurate.
step 4
On the right, click the 'Add GeoTags to your Flickr image' link
step 5
Click 'Add Link to Description.' If this isn't your photo, and you are allowed to add tags, you could click the second button.
step 6
Notice that the geo tags have been added on the right. All you have to do now is click the 'GeoTagged' link in the description.
step 7
The image is now added to the Geobloggers database!

The whole process takes 10 to 15 seconds. I can’t wait to see what cool uses people find for this. This is practically begging for someone to use it to document a nationwide road trip.

Comments

  1. says

    Steeev,

    Argh! Looks like I broke my images display script inadvertently. I’ll look into it… thanks for the heads up.

  2. says

    Consultants like us are watching this trend very closely. It seems to us that the next big thing might very well be “photos.” Almost anyone can take them and they are easy to take now that we have cell phone cameras. Plus, photos tell you much more than a long article. Writing content is only for those that have the talent for it but since a lot more people can take photos, it will bring new people to the world of content. I am excited.

  3. says

    Hello admin, nice site! Good luck! Oh yes, one extra comment – make sure the pages are not too long, keep scrolling a minimum.

  4. James says

    u guys, just use Google Picasa Web, it’s sooo much easier just upload and drag it onto the map where u want it

  5. says

    Informative post this, thanks for that! I’ll be tagging my Flickr photos as well. You might want to install a spam filter in your blogging software though lol.

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  3. where a location is specified. That’s directed to Google Maps, where the map can be explored to the precise location is found. Then one click links back to flickr, adds the geotags, and submits to geobloggers. The entire process is well illustrated here . Site integration is the true power of Greasemonkey, which hasn’t been much explored. Scripting happens right on the network, linking together systems, using apis, modifying behaviors, as if the web were some sort of cohesive OS.

  4. I typed in the postcode for my office, W1A 1AA: [IMG Geobloggers1] Doing this and pulled up dozens of photos of the local area: [IMG Geobloggers2] Nice. (Thanks to Simon and Jane for showing me this today – also nicely blogged on Tempus Fugit)

  5. s gonna be interesting what other parts of the world will come up with. Let’s get hacking with our GPS keitais. Google Maps del.icio.us / maphacks HOW-TO: Make your own annotated multimedia Google map Geoblogger Google Maps Hacking and Bookmarklets Flickr + Google Maps = Geobloggers – checkout the Greasemonkey stuff Map of the News Mapping Hacks

  6. can plug the longitude and latitude of locations of their Flickr photos into Geobloggers and tag those photos with the name of the city within Flickr. When you are ready to document your road trip, check out this post by Mark Jaquith that provides step-by-step help to use this great service. – This one is not necessarily a hack but it shows that Google Maps may be used for advertising. Check out this pool with a big Pepsi sign (zoom in on the pool) near an airport in AZ.

  7. it’s gonna be interesting what other parts of the world will come up with. Let’s get hacking with our GPS keitais. Google Maps del.icio.us / maphacks HOW-TO: Make your own annotated multimedia Google map Geoblogger Google Maps Hacking and Bookmarklets Flickr + Google Maps = Geobloggers – checkout the Greasemonkey stuff Map of the News Mapping Hacks

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  9. two to make it easier to geotag your Flickr photos. Now by simply installing a couple GreaseMonkey scripts you can easily find the longitude and latitude points needed to submit your photos to the Geobloggers database. There is a step by step tutorial available here . If all that isn’t cool enough, the new Google Earth can also load these locations and images. You can see all my geotagged images in Google earth with this download (must have Google Earth installed for this link to work). Or you can view the

  10. Nice How To article on Geocoding Photos: MAKE: Blog: HOW TO GPS Tag Photos: Flickr, Mappr, Google Earth…. I am surprised it leaves out WWMX. Here are also some step by step instructions to geotag photos on Flickr . I prefer using the WWMX Location Stamper.[IMG ][IMG ]

  11. geobloggers

    Ein neuer Trend ist das GoogleMaps-Taggen oder auf deutsch “Verschlagwortung von Geodaten”. Mit dem Tool Tagzania ist es dank Googles API möglich googlemaps zu markieren, zu taggen und mit Notizen und Informationen zu versehen. Es lässt …

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  15. […] Geotagging is a cool hack involving the web browser Firefox, GoogleMap and Flickr. The short explanation: it adds the latitude and longitude of your photo’s location to your tags, where it’s picked up by the Geoblogger RSS crawler. Anyone can go to Geoblogger and search for Flickr photos people are posting in their neck of the woods. It also puts a "GMap" button next to the all sizes button above the photo – clicking the link pulls up a GoogleMap with the photo’s location marked with a pin. (The map loads in the space below your photo, and can be zoomed/manipulated like any GoogleMap.) Sounds like a great idea, but how do you get the latitude and longitude without investing in a GPS device? Luckily, some intrepid folks at Geoblogger have come up with an automated solution – if you’re using Firefox (which you should be – it’s head and shoulders better than IE.) Follow their directions and you’ll be all set to go. A visual walkthru has been posted here . Be sure to click the "Geotagged" link in your photo’s description once you’re back to it – your pic will load straight into Geoblogger without waiting for the RSS crawler. Finally, there’s also a Flickr group dedicated to Geotagging . And if you download Google Earth and this download you’ll be able to see the 50 nearest geotagged Flickr photos from your present location while running Google Earth. Posted at 11:22pm, 16 July 2005 PDT ( Permalink ) […]

  16. […] your Flickr photosDate: Aug 6, 2005, 7:35 PM ETAuthor: Barb DybwadPermalinkEmail ThisLinking BlogsComments [0]Warning: I’m labelling this Not Safe For Work because it could quickly bring all semblance ofproductivity to a grinding halt (hmm, I’m sensing a theme in my posts lately — I’m hereby starting a GND (Getting Nothing Done) movement to balance out the GTD movement). Now that Greasemonkey is solidly back in effect, you can all too easily start geotagging your life by combining your Flickr photos with Google Maps via the magic that is Geobloggers.com. Here’s an overview of how it works, and here are the play by play instructions on how to set it up and start geotagging. After you tag some photos you can see what other photos have been taken nearby and which users are geotagging near you, and even fly to photos via Google Earth. Just don’t forget to occasionally walk away from the computer and get some food and (direct) human contact, k?  […]

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  25. are the ideal way of adding geo info to your pictures, you can basicly use google maps or google earth to tag foto’s in a pretty seemless process that mashes up Flickr, Geobloggers.com and Google Earth/MapsHere is a little guide to the process Not only are all my geotagged pictures now part of the ever growing collection on Geobloggers.com, Rob also produced this great little script that can be used if you hav Google Earth installed..

  26. are the ideal way of adding geo info to your pictures, you can basicly use google maps or google earth to tag foto’s in a pretty seemless process that mashes up Flickr, Geobloggers.com and Google Earth/MapsHere is a little guide to the process Not only are all my geotagged pictures now part of the ever growing collection on Geobloggers.com, Rob also produced this great little script that can be used if you hav Google Earth installed..

  27. are the ideal way of adding geo info to your pictures, you can basicly use google maps or google earth to tag foto’s in a pretty seemless process that mashes up Flickr, Geobloggers.com and Google Earth/MapsHere is a little guide to the process Not only are all my geotagged pictures now part of the ever growing collection on Geobloggers.com, Rob also produced this great little script that can be used if you hav Google Earth installed..

  28. I typed in the postcode for my office, W1A 1AA: [IMG Geobloggers1] Doing this and pulled up dozens of photos of the local area: [IMG Geobloggers2] Nice. (Thanks to Simon and Jane for showing me this today – also nicely blogged on Tempus Fugit)

  29. of the photos you’ve taken superimposed over a massive Google Map, located exactly on the map where they were taken. Actually, with the Flickr API and Google Maps API being open to the public, this is something that’s actually possible now. OK, it’s been done . Amazing. Guess I should have Googled it before I started. At this time, I have 20 photosets, and over 2100 photos, with subjects ranging from our wedding to Oktoberfest to our cat, Rosie.

  30. Richtig heftig ist aber die Kombination von Flickr tags und Google Maps bzw. Google Earth.. Für alle, die den Mund noch geschlossen haben: Flickr.com + (Google Maps || Google Earth) = geobloggers.com -> Visual Step-byStep Guide reicht noch nicht? -> Automatisches GeoTaggen mit GPS Leider fehlt mir gerade die Zeit, um damit rumzuspielen.. kommt aber!

  31. Category : Semi-Automatic Geotag flickr If I might steel myself away at some point I will Geotag and add greasemonkey with flickr extension : complete run through here

  32. Another neat use for Google Maps and Yahoo’s Flikr. You get the idea already. Although, I couldnt figure out how to add my pics, haa, kept saying : No User Data, even tho I was logged in. I’m going to add the Greaseman script next and give it a shot. read more | digg story

  33. Flickr + Google Maps = Geobloggers [ Tempus Fugit | TxFx.net ] Here’s a neat Tutorial on how to GeoTag your photos in Flickr and have them show up on the GeoBloggers version of Google Maps. GeoBloggers also allows GeoTagging of video and podcasts. Neat to see the Satellite images of locations you have taken pics

  34. mit wechselden, aber tollen Bildern. Interessanter sind natürlich Geoblogs, also die Foto’s werden mit Geo-Koordinaten verknüft und man kann so seine Bilder z.B. auf Google Earth einsortieren. Wie bloggen? Geo Blog Geo BLoggers

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  36. att bygga upp en virtuell värld. Rent hypotetiskt skulle det nog vara möjligt att göra redan idag, förutsatt att man hade just data om exakt var och när bilderna togs. Det finns redan ett antal Flickr-projekt för geo-taggning av bilder, men Geobloggers ska jag definitivt ta en titt på när klockan är mindre eller mer. Andra bloggar om: Geo, positionering, Flickr, Google Earth, internet, bloggar, verktyg, grannar

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  38. off to germany in 2 days for the world cup (i.e., drool over hot english football players)! when i return i hope to start posting. topics of interest: 3 month countdown to my wedding (finally, freaking engaged for nearly 2 years now!) and startgeoblogging all the places my luvy and i have been to (i’m such a nerd!). stay tuned… plans

  39. […] I talked about Flickr Geoblogging and GreaseMonkey in earlier posts. Well, some smart folks have combined the two to make it easier to geotag your Flickr photos. Now by simply installing a couple GreaseMonkey scripts you can easily find the longitude and latitude points needed to submit your photos to the Geobloggers database. There is a step by step tutorial available here. […]

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  41. […] To me, Google Maps/Earth and Flickr are the 2 most interesting things going on with the web right now, so combining them would be just like mixing peanut butter and chocolate. That would make Geobloggers the new Reese’s peanut butter cup of the internet. Taking advantage of the open APIs on both Flickr and Google’s ends it’s a jaw droppingly cool combination that allows you to tag your Flickr photos with their coordinates on a map and then plots them as pins (with thumbnails even) on a Google map. It’s easy to get started, and by using the Greasemonkey extension for Firefox it allows you to conveniently select the coordinates for a photo from a Google map, which it then adds to the photo as Flickr tags. There’s even a simple visual walkthrough of how to geotag your Flickr images. Or if you’re lucky enough to have a camera with built in or external GPS that writes the coordinates to the EXIF data, it’ll automatically pick those up for you when you put them on Flickr. That’s cool enough that I’d seriously consider looking for that feature in my next camera. I’m completely hooked on this and I’ve gone back and updated a bunch of my pictures with geotags, and here you can see all my geotagged photos. Right now the KC area is pretty sparsely populated in Geobloggers so I’m hoping to fill it up a little more soon. Posted by Will Gorman at 8:13 PM […]

  42. I’m sure you can combine them such as “Meg on her 1st birthday in Woodridge” … but I ain’t geotagged enough to prove it :-) And, you don’t have to use Yahoo!’s maps either (they being the careful owners of Flickr) as you can mashup with Google Maps, if you so desire.

  43. see them as amusements and question who would build such things, others wonder how they can build systems that are as open to reimagining as Flickr. And while some remixes might be simple amusements, others can be much larger. Flickr user Dan Cat, who imagined putting Flickr photos on the map (and built a mashup that let Flickr users do just that), ended up being hired by the company to build those features into their official site. Amazon, meanwhile, says remixers … including the 180,000 registered Amazon Web Services developers

  44. […] A great example of process created metadata is Geotagging Flickr with Google Maps and Greasemonkey. Two Greasemonkey scripts integrates flickr, Google Maps, and geobloggers.com, to enable straightforward geotagging of photos. It adds a form to flickr, where a location is specified. That’s directed to Google Maps, where the map can be explored to the precise location is found. Then one click links back to flickr, adds the geotags, and submits to geobloggers. The entire process is well illustrated here. […]

  45. […] A great example of process created metadata is Geotagging Flickr with Google Maps and Greasemonkey. Two Greasemonkey scripts integrates flickr, Google Maps, and geobloggers.com, to enable straightforward geotagging of photos. It adds a form to flickr, where a location is specified. That’s directed to Google Maps, where the map can be explored to the precise location is found. Then one click links back to flickr, adds the geotags, and submits to geobloggers. The entire process is well illustrated here. […]