Monthly Archives: April 2011

Generate HTML Photo Galleries with digiKam

There are so many clever ways to share photos on the Web that the idea of creating a static HTML photo gallery may sound positively obsolete. But in certain situations, the ability to turn a bunch of photos into an

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Editing RAW Photos on Linux with Rawstudio 2.0

The Rawstudio raw photo editor made its 2.0 release on April 8, boasting a hefty list of improvements. There are new features, such as tethered shooting and automatic distortion correction, almost every tool in the toolbox has seen an improvement

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New Features in digiKam 2.0: Face Recognition

Face recognition has been one of the most requested digiKam features, and the latest version of the photo management application provides this functionality. As the name suggests, the face recognition functionality can be used to find photos containing faces andĀ attach

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digiKam Tricks 3.0 Released

This is a major release of the digiKam Tricks book, featuring a completely revised and updated content that reflects changes in the upcoming version 2.0 of the digiKam photo management application. In addition to that, the book includes the following

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Recipes for automated and streamlined photographic workflow on Linux

Practical advice for Tokyo night photography

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