Linux Open Source Photography – Spotlight on Legacy Lenses, especially Olympus OM Zuiko – Lens Mount Adapters – Olympus micro 4/3 System – Film Simulation, HaldClut, My own PictureFX film simulations and more.
I always have a number of articles in the starting phase, partially or completely finished, in my WordPress drafts drawer.This is one that’s been ready for a while, but I haven’t got around to publish it.The essence of this writing has to do with how we are too easily persuaded to buy new things, itContinue reading “Picture Development on a Vintage Dell Studio 1749”
A tutorial on using textures in Gimp.What do we need :Well, a Texture to start with, and preferably more than one.There will be another tutorial soon about textures and how to make them.What you should know is that the photo you are going to use as a texture, unless it has a completely even structureContinue reading “Gimp Tutorial – Using Textures”
I have a problem in my photo workflow for quite some time, and finally I created a solution in the form of a script I wrote.Maybe you have a similar problem, and you also work with Linux, then I may have a possible solution below. However, even if you are a Windows user, scripts areContinue reading “A Script to solve a Workflow Problem”
What is Open Source Photography for me ?Well, it mainly stands to be Free… Free, in the freedom of choice,Free, from having to pay,Free, in the choice to sponsor,Free, in the choice of Camera, unfortunately this is not completely free 🙂Free, in the choice of Operating Systemand Free in the choice of Photo Editing SoftwareContinue reading “Open Source Photography”
When you come home after a photo shoot or trip, and you are going to copy your photos and/or videos to your computer, how do you do that ? Many use their regular photo & video editing program to copy photos and/or videos, however, can it structurally organize your pictures and videos by renaming themContinue reading “Camera & SD Card Workflow”
The December edition of OSP Magazine consists of 8 pages this time (this included) and many links to external pages, hopefully there’s something for you! In the last two months and so after switching to magazines I have learned two things: OSP Photography apparently shows up very well in search results for Recipes, Luts andContinue reading “OSP Magazine December”
About Editing, So you’re actually a photographer, just like me ?Then I can assume that you don’t have any film editing software lying around ?well, you’re lucky !Just like the great Open Source Software RawTherapee, Darktable and Digikam for photography,you have Shotcut for creating top quality movies.And it is available for Windows, Mac OS andContinue reading “Shotcut Video Editor”