GPicSync each photo for the geotagging process always generateKML files that can be opened in Google Earth or ArcGIS ExplorerDesktop. In addition, also automatically generate a folder with the name Thumbs containing the photo but with small dimensions(resize the result) that is 160x120 pixels. By utilizing the KML file(usually has a name doc.kml) and the Thumbs folder you cancreate picture thumb in ArcMap using the Add-in toolbox ConvertGPSFile to SHP through sub-tools KML to SHP. About Add-intoolbox Convert GPSFile to SHP I've ever posted here.
The following stages in the ArcMap display picture thumb of photogeotagging using GPicSync results. This stage also does not include how to display the Add-in Convert GPSFile to SHP toArcToolbox, you can read through previous posts here. This stagealso does not include how to process the photo in GPicSync to geta KML file, I assume you already understand it. If not, please see the section Getting Started with GPicSync.
Perform conversion of KML to SHP using the Add-in ConvertGPSFile to SHPBy using the Hyperlink icon click on the Point, then the photo willappear using the default application for opening image files on your computer. I recommend the default application you use Picasa(free) from Google.