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The workflow that is involved is: (1) GPS location data added to .NEF file in NeoFinder software; (2) .NEF file edited in DxO PhotoLab 4 and exported as a .TIF file; and (3) .TIF file processed in Affinity Photo and exported as .JPG file. I checked the exported .TIF file and the GPS location data was present in the file. I checked the .JPG file and the GPS location data was not present. So, it looks like the GPS location data was lost during processing in Affinity Photo. To simplify things I repeated the test and this time in Affinity Photo I simply exported as a .JPG without making any adjustments at all. The results were that the GPS location data was not present in the .JPG that was produced. I am attaching both the .TIF file and the .JPG file I am writing about so you can see what I mean. For me this isn't a critical problem because I can use NeoFinder to copy the GPS location data from the .TIF to the .JPG. But, others maybe surprised as I was to find the final product did not contain any GPS location data. Thanks. UPDATE: Running on Mac mini M1 16GB RAM 1TB HD Big Sur 11.2 D3200_ShellsOnTable_02-07-2021-999_1345_DxO.tif