After years of procrastination and inevitable buyer's remorse, I bought a DSLR. I was really set on having a full-frame sensor, HD video and high ISO ranges (for low light shooting) so I went with the Canon 6D. One of my favorite features is the built-in GPS -- a first for Canon. When I looked at the EXIF data, I noticed the geo coordinates tagged for each photo. Since I want to post the photos along with this data on my blog at some point, I hacked up a small Jekyll plugin. The plugin will extract the EXIF data from a photo using the exifr gem into Liquid markup and converts the GPS coordinates into a physical address using the Google Maps API.
I've extended the plugin a bit further to output the HTML, pre-wrapped in a nifty div that matches the page layout. The end result looks something like this: