Monthly Archives: February 2010

Using Templates in digiKam

You will be forgiven for thinking that copyrighting photos belongs to the realm of professional photography. Even if you consider yourself an amateur, providing copyright and contact information for your photos is a prudent thing to do. Embedding copyright info

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Open Source, Photography, Software

Not a Review of Raynox DCR-250 Super Macro ConversionĀ Lens

I love my Kenko extension tubes, and I keep them in my photo bag at all times. They are great, but somewhat cumbersome in everyday use: you have to detach the lens, add a tube, and put the lens back.

Tagged with: ,
Posted in Photography

Two Nifty Features in digiKam 1.1.0

Hot on the heels of digiKam 1.0, Gilles Caulier announced the 1.1.0 release of the popular open source photo management application. While the main focus in version 1.1.0 was on squashing bugs, the new release of digiKam does sport a

Tagged with:
Posted in Open Source, Photography, Software

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 451 other followers