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Process Photos with digiKam’s Batch Queue Manager and a Bash Script

One of digiKam’s lesser known features is the ability to link scripts to notifications. At first sight, this may seem like a rather obscure functionality, but it can be put to some clever uses. Say, you want to keep a portfolio

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Command-line Photographic Workflow on Linux

Most Linux photographers use graphical applications like digiKam, Rawstudio, or darktable as their tools of choice for processing and managing photos. But it is possible to set up a photographic workflow built around command-line tools that can handle a wide range of photographic

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Batch Process Photos in digiKam

When you need to apply the same action to multiple photos, digiKam’s batch processing capabilities can come in rather handy. And the photo management application provides different ways to apply actions to a photo batch in one fell swoop. For

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Batch Convert Nikon RAW (NEF) Files to JPEG

Need to convert multiple .NEF files to the JPEG format? You can easily do this from the command line using the UFRaw tool. First off, install the UFRaw package on your system. UFRaw is available in the software repositories of

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Watermark Photos with digiKam

While there are many ways to protect your photos from unauthorized use, watermarking still remains the simplest and probably the most effective technique that can help you to identify you as the creator and make it difficult to use your

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