OziPhotoTool combines the technology of a GPS receiver and a digital camera to automatically keep a record of where digital photos were taken. It was originally designed to be used in conjunction with OziExplorer. Most digital cameras have EXIF metadata stored as part of the photo. This includes is the date and time the photo was taken. Many GPS units have 'tracklogs'. The GPS keeps a record of points that the unit has traveled over, including the time at each point. OziExplorer can read tracks from many different GPS units.
OziPhotoTool takes the digital photos with EXIF metatdata, and tracks that have been downloaded to OziExplorer to determine where the GPS was when the photo was taken. As long as the GPS was in the same location as the camera this represents the location of the photo. OziPhotoTool outputs the linkage between the photo and its location by creating an OziExplorer waypoint file, generating map features on OziExplorer maps, watermarking the photos, embedding location information in GPS EXIF tags, generating HTML output, or creating GoogleEarth kml/kmz files so you can share you photo locations.