Monthly Archives: June 2013

Pygmyfoto Update

Although I haven’t mentioned Pygmyfoto lately on this blog, I keep tinkering with the application in my spare time. So I thought I’d post a brief update on my progress. The most important news is that Pygmyfoto now can handle single quotes in

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Pygmyfoto on Raspberry Pi with BlinkStick

Besides this blog and Google+, I publish my photos on a Pygmyfoto instance running on Raspberry Pi at my home. Instead of integrating Pygmyfoto with a third-party web stats application like Piwik, I opted for a less complex, but more colorful solution

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Film for Digital Photographers Series on Japan Camera Hunter

Thinking about dipping your toes into the film photography waters? An article series published on the Japan Camera Hunter blog can be a good starting point for your adventures in analog: Shooting Film AND Digital Film for the Digital Photographer

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Seamless Photo Transfer and Backup with Android

If you want to keep your photos safe when travelling, you don’t need to schlep a notebook or netbook around: an Android device can be used to pull photos from the camera’s storage card and back them up on an

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Recipes for automated and streamlined photographic workflow on Linux

Practical advice for Tokyo night photography

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