Monthly Archives: October 2012

Geotag Photos with Android Camera and digiKam

Thanks to digiKam’s geocorrelation capabilities, you can geotag photos using a GPX file created with apps like Open GPS Tracker. But there is also another way to use your Android device for geotagging. The built-in camera app of most Android

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Photo of the Day: Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse

Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse (Danish: Rubjerg Knude Fyr) is located on the coast of the North Sea in Rubjerg, in the Jutland municipality of Hjørring in northern Denmark. It was first lit on December 27, 1900. The lighthouse ceased operating on

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Pygmyfoto 1.5.3 Released

Hot on the heels of release 1.3.5 arrives Pygmyfoto 1.5.3. which brings a raft of under-the-hood fixes and improvements along with a tweaked layout. The source code and a neatly packaged archive containing the latest release of Pygmyfoto are available

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Stitch Panoramas in digiKam

Being a do-it-all kind of application, digiKam is suited not only for performing the mundane tasks of organizing and editing photos. The application also offers a specialized tools for more advanced operations: from blending bracketed photos to stitching panoramas. The latter functionality in

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Pygmyfoto 1.3.7 Released

Besides minor tweaks and fixes, the latest release of Pygmyfoto features a couple of significant changes. The Python script that took care of processing photos and pushing data to the pygmyfoto.sqlite database has been replaced with a Bash shell script which

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Photo of the Day: Autumn scene in Aarhus

Autumn in our neck of the woods is rather dreary. But if you look hard enough, you can find some pretty lovely splashes of colors. From the Rediscovering Aarhus series. Taken with Canon EOS 1100D and Canon EF 40mm f/1.8

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DIY DSLR Wrist Strap

Here is a simple DIY project for a rainy weekend: replace the neck strap that comes with your DSLR with a less obtrusive and more practical wrist strap. This strap is ideal for photo walks and situations where you don’t want your

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