Today's ImageMagick lesson covers how to resize images, change case on file extensions, convert file formats, construct a proof sheet of thumbnails, and search and sort photos by their Exif data.
I returned from a recent trip with the unshakeable feeling that I'm done with cameras, and that most of us are.
While most mainstream Linux distros come with photo management software, these applications are more suited for shutterbugs than serious amateurs and professional photographers. Fortunately, there are quite a few high-quality powerful Linux-based photographic tools that can rival proprietary commercial applications like Adobe Photoshop Elements and Lightroom. And using applications like Entangle, Rapid Photo Downloader, and
Using the commands tucked under the Import menu, you can offload photos from your camera, storage card, or USB stick directly into the application. What's more, the Import dialog box offers a few clever features that allow you to configure the import operation. In the File Renaming Options section, you can define a custom rule