With program MakeMap you can make an OpenStreetMap map with all pictures in an album which contains GPS locations for these skins: Turtle, Tiger, PhotoBlogger, Projector, Story, Slide Show 4, PhotoSwipe, FancyBox and LightGalklery, You can find examples here. Open the map by clicking on the button with the globe.
With the two attached files and the External Tool to create 'points.js' file to populate a leaflet map you can now make OpenStreetMap maps for all skins, see this example album made with the Minimal skin.
The procedure to make such a map is as follows:
Make file points.js with the tool. This file is saved in the output folder of the album.
Copy one of the attached files to the same directory. Use file OSM_Map_points_js_same_window.html if the map should be opened in the same window as the index file of the album or use file OSM_Map_points_js_new_window.html if the map should be displayed in a new window.
Add with the HTML-editor a link to this file in the album description as is done in the example album.
If you have also a GPS track for the album, you can convert that to a file track.js in the output directory with program ConvertTrack; this track will in that case be displayed in the same OpenStreetMap, see also this thread.
If one of the attched files is used, clicking on the thumbnail (width 300px) in an opened waypoint will not open the corresponding slide image; to get that implemented, you should use program MakeMap.
The width of the thumbnails displayed in the waypoints pop-up windows is 300 pixels. You can change that to a larger or smaller value by editing the web-page: search for the two '300' strings and change these in the value you like to use.
If you like to change the initial size of the map, search the string
and make the zoom-value 15 larger to get a more detailed map or make the value smaller to get a map which covers a larger area.