If you, like us, take lots of photos using your iPhone on your travels around the globe, you might be interested to know that you can find out where you took those photos later using the Photos app in iOS 7. Here's how to see your photo locations.
The first thing to note is that your device will only keep location data for your photographs if you let it. You need to make sure that Location Services for your iPhone's camera are turned on. To check, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services and then make sure the Camera slider is green.
You'll also want to make sure that Location Services as a whole are turned on while you're out and about taking photos.
From now on, your iPhone will tag any photos you take with a location. In order to see those locations, open the Photos app. You can see locations in Moments, Collections or Years view of the app. The location will be listed just above each batch of photographs, as shown in the screenshots above and below.
If you then tap that location, you'll be taken to a map view, where you can see an overview of the locations you've been to. Pinch to zoom in for a more accurate picture of your travels.
Turn your iPhone into landscape orientation for a bigger picture of where you've been.
So there you have it, that's how you can find out where a photograph on your iPhone was taken.