I like to include location data in my photos, but none of my cameras have GPS built-in. Since I shoot in a lot of the same locations (home, the park, my parent’s house), I was hoping I could create a metadata preset in Aperture which would include this location info to streamline the process of adding the location.
Unfortunately, I don’t see anything obvious in the metadata preset management interface. Presets I’ve created from photos with location information don’t have anything which looks like a location, and Google has turned up nothing on the subject.
Is such a thing possible? It would be a huge time-saver.
Edited to add: I’m shooting RAW, and importing to Aperture, so using external tools wouldn’t help. I do use Trails when I walk around to shoot, but want to speed up my workflow for frequently-used locations.
The best answer so far seems to be Shizam’s, so I’m accepting it, though it’s not quite what I want. I suspect that I have to write some AppleScript (yuck) to do what I want, even though the facilities for managing location via AS seem very weak.