Monthly Archives: May 2012

Download and Organize Photos with Fotobasher

Need to quickly off-load photos from your camera and neatly organize them into folders by date? The Fotobasher shell script cobbled together by yours truly can help you with that. The script copies photos from a mounted storage device like

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Soft Proofing in digiKam

Soft proofing is a technique which allows you to see what the photo will look like when printed using a specific printer and photo media (paper, canvas, etc.) without actually printing the photo. Many professional photo processing applications support soft proofing,

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Android Snap of the Day: Font Bonanza

Despite the fact that I’ve been living in Aarhus for almost 18 years, I often get lost in my own city. Last time that happened, I discovered this vintage door sign. According to the missus, the sign dates back to

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Photo of the Day: Saxifraga arendsii

So far, we’ve had three (sic!) sunny and relatively warm days this spring, and I spent two of them in our local botanical garden armed with my Nikon D90 and the lightweight budget macro combo. Despite the unusually rough (even by Danish

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