This is just a list of the steps required an the 3rd party software that is required to automate uploading a track from a GPS, geotagging the images, renaming the file name with the OSGB location and creating a resized version of the photograph. As there are a lot of variations to this, it is up to you to down load the 3rd party software and write your own scripts.
This is how I do it, you may not want to use some of the conversions/steps that I do.
|1||Copy the photographs from the camera/memory card|
|2||gpsbabel||Upload the track from GPS in GPX format
|3||gpsPhoto.pl||Geotag all the photographs in a directory|
|4||exiftool||Gets the Lat/Long data from each photograph individually|
|5||Geo::Coordinates::OSGB||Perl module to convert WGS84 Lat/Long to OS GB co-ordinates from CPAN.|
|6||Rename the file, possibly using the name of the walk, and insert the
OS or Lat/Long co-ordinates, so you end up with a file titled something
Dragons_Back_4473 2009-05-29 SK 07070 66889.jpg
|7||nconvert||Create a resized version of the renamed photograph.