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Use the Focal Length Analyzer Script with digiKam

The Focal Length Analyzer is a nifty little Bash script that pulls focal length data from digiKam’s database back end and generates nice graphs based on the extracted data. To perform its magic, the script relies on the sqlite, gnuplot, and

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Quick Tip: A Simple Python Script to Launch digiKam

I store all my photos on a Linux server and mount the remote directory containing all the photos on my local machine using sshfs (see Manage Photos from Multiple digiKam Installations). This way, I can access my photos from multiple digiKam installations.

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Instant Vintage Photo Effects with the FIL Script for GIMP

You can emulate different vintage photo effects in GIMP, but usually this is a rather laborious and time-consuming process that requires some editing chops. Fortunately, the Film Imitation Lab (FIL) script lets you turn plain snaps into eye-popping vintage photos

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