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Photo of the Day: Starlets

It has been a while since I used my favorite Nikon D90 and Raynox DCR-250 combo. The bad weather loosened its grip last week, and we finally had a few decent summer days perfect for shooting flowers and plants in the

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Export Photos to Wikimedia Commons with digiKam

Sharing is caring, and there is probably no better way to share your photographic masterpieces with the world than adding them to the Wikimedia Commons pool. While the project’s website features its own tool for uploading photos, digiKam’s Wikimedia Export

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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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Photo of the Day: Alpine violets

I took this photo using my Nikon D90 and a Nikon 50mm f/1.8D AF Nikkor lens. The RAW file has been processed in digiKam. I applied the cross-process effect (as described in the digiKam Recipes ebook) and sharpened the final result a bit. Basic

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Photo of the Day: Coelopleurus exquisitus

There is an embarrassing story that goes with this photo. Right after I took the photo, I sneezed and knocked over the camera mounted on a tripod. Of course, the lens hood of my Tamron AF 90mm f/2.8 SP Di

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Photo of the Day: Plates

While I always schlepping around my trusty Nikon D90, I enjoy snapping photos with my Samsung Galaxy S II (or whatever Android device I currently use). Of course, I use digiKam for processing and organizing my snaps. I applied the

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