This Ten Minute Tip is the first in a series looking at how we can geolocate images as part of OSINT work. Being able to examine a picture and work out when and where it was taken is an increasingly important skill to have. You could be a journalist trying to document human rights abuses, or helping law enforcement trace victims of child abuse. Whatever your reason for wanting to improve your geolocation skills, there’s a lot to learn and in this series we’ll start by looking at some easier methods before increasing the difficulty as we go along.
You can find this on our Leaning page in the video section