In my workflow, I typically have a folder with photos taken on a certain date. I need to geotag them (embed GPS coordinates in metadata), the coordinates themselves come from a GPX file or need to be entered manually -- typically it is a combination of both.
I am currently doing this in command line with exiftool which works great however it is very tedious and time consuming to first separate the photos into groups that will be tagged with file1.gpx ... filen.gpx, [coords-1] ... [coords-m]. I do this by reviewing the photos by content, putting them into subfolders, and then running exiftool on a subfolder with a specific gpx or coordinates set.
Is there a GUI tool that would allow me to quickly see the list of photos in a folder (can be just file names, thumbnails beside them would be a plus of course), select them in groups and assign a coordinates source to each group?
This can be either a dedicated geotagging tool (in which case I would expect it could e.g. automatically preselect photos covered by the GPX I provide :) ) or something that would just allow me to run exiftool with easily modifiable params against each of the groups I select.
Basically, it is the operation of presenting a list of photos and allowing me to easily select groups of them and running an easily customised operation against them that I am looking for.
I'd love the backend to be based on exiftool, as this is the only one that I trust to modify my proprietary RAW photos.