Monthly Archives: September 2011

Five Quick digiKam Tricks

Tip #1 To quickly adjust thumbnail size in the Album view, press and hold the Ctrl key, then use the mouse scroll wheel to make the thumbnails larger or smaller. Tip #2 With the Non-Destructive editing and Versioning feature enabled,

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Posted in Open Source, Photography, Software

Фото Jambu Extension for Google Chrome and Chromium

Фото Jambu is a little extension I originally cobbled together for an article in Linux Magazine. The extension demonstrated a simple but clever technique of embedding a website into a popup. In this case, I used the excellent Galleria framework to

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Lens Loop Tokyo Field Test

Lens Loop is a relatively new product which started its life as a Kickstarter project. It’s a simple camera strap made from seatbelt webbing designed as a budget alternative to similar solutions on the market. I received my Lens Loop just before

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Recipes for automated and streamlined photographic workflow on Linux

Practical advice for Tokyo night photography

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