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A 'second' of latitude has a resolution of only about 30 m (100 ft), yet the GPS location stored in the photo's metadata has higher resolution, typically about 3 m (10 ft) -- but full resolution is not displayed, as far as I can tell, even though it is in the metadata.
Is there a way to display the full GPS information?
My goal is to be able to copy-and-paste the GPS location information from a photo being displayed in LR to another application. Right now, the best I can do (I think) is display the 'Location' metadata panel, highlight the 'GPS' field to select it, copy, and then paste in another application -- but all I get is part of the GPS information, only dd.mm.ss -- I don't get all the precise, full GPS info from the photo's metadata.
Also, I'd like to be able to get it in decimal format (eg., dd.dddddd) or UTM; are either of those possible using LR5?
Is there a way to copy the full GPS info of a photo from LR5?