Kingston Wi-Drive 16GB Giveaway

I bought a Kingston Wi-Drive 16GB for a review, and I don’t need it anymore. So I decided to do a quick giveaway for Scribbles and Snaps readers. The drive has been used only once to write a review, so it’s as good as new. The drive works with iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android and regular computers.

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment on this post, describing which feature in digiKam you want me to cover on the blog. Don’t forget to provide your email address. I’ll pick a winner randomly by Sunday, April 29. Good luck!

And the winner is Gemma Benson. Congratulations! πŸ™‚ Thank you all for participating, and stay tuned for more giveaways!

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26 comments on “Kingston Wi-Drive 16GB Giveaway
  1. xpd259 says:

    Geo tagging or panorama

  2. Jose Nunez says:

    I would like to know more about sharpen.

  3. jmiahman says:

    Picture duplication recognition

  4. doublex667 says:

    The Panorama function would be interesting for me too,

  5. gajdosm says:

    RAW files import

  6. Marcin says:

    I’d like to read more about an easy software that could manage a thousands of pictures (search for duplicate pictures, sort them by date, camera etc) that I have on my PC.

  7. gemma benson says:

    I am a Horticulture student so i have lots of botanical images, i would like something that sorts them in to genera/ families and also makes location and date tagging easy, as i am slowly pickling my brain….. oh the pain the pain..

  8. wonderer4711 says:

    All about RAW πŸ™‚

  9. czernitko says:

    Hello, I would like to read about using digikam to create over- and underexposed images and blending them to create HDR. Also some spot about new features in 2.6.0 would be great! And many thanks for your current work done so far πŸ™‚

  10. erickmmalmeida says:

    Hi Dmitri, can you talk a bit about the ways to directly acquire images from the camera.

  11. Wen says:

    Image versioning

  12. Zen says:

    Hi! I’d like to read about panorama and HDR features πŸ™‚

  13. Phillip Hill says:

    I would like to have some nice examples on best use of the Light Table within Digikam if possible and how to get the most out of the images with it.

  14. icebox says:

    Three things interest me a lot:
    – obtaining the effects of the (easier to use) lightroom retouching options for shadows, highlights, etc
    – raw import and quality vs darktable
    – light table best practices and workflow

  15. chrislaz says:

    I’d vote for anything related to RAW processing πŸ™‚

  16. Paul meyer says:

    I would like to see more info on print templates that pull metadata/iptc fields and batch printing based on search criteria.

  17. James says:

    Image editing

  18. Stratos says:

    Lomo effects and re-touch would be great.

  19. Panorama, and a bit more in depth on RAW editing.

  20. Dole A. McVeigh says:

    Raw/Import/Non-destructive processing please

  21. Ozzy says:

    I would like to know how to use the editor to create nice frames to give more emphasis to your photos.

  22. Patricia Crowley says:

    I’d like to see something about tagging/rating the photos…also maybe some of the ways it lets you enhance photos!

  23. orrmany says:

    Ever since I have used KPhotoAlbum (Kimdaba) I wish if Digikam would offer a similarly efficient tagging interface. I know that tagging is already covered at-least in one article (, but I am still wondering if I could achive tagging with less mouse-clicks, so any insight would be appreciated.

    • Henrik TjΓ€der says:

      I am curious about the best practices and general “supposed” workflow, or in other words; digikam developers most common RAW workflow in digikam.

  24. soumyakantichakraborty says:

    I would like to get a detailed tutorial on raw image processing with digikam and application of toning to any image based on its lighting or quality.

    Also if possible will like to learn to create a panorama in latest Digikam

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