In my last post I gave my first impressions of the BT eFrame1000 – a wifi equipped digital photo frame, and I hinted that I’d started to investigate how to exploit a feature that’s intended for streaming Flickr photo albums so that I could view information from other sites. So far, I’ve had some success [...]
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This week I bought a digital photo frame. I’ve been tempted to get one of these for a while but been put off until now for a few reasons: The “affordable” screens are either very small or very low resolution (or both). I run XBMC on my old Xbox so can view every photo I’ve [...]
In May this year I enrolled in a photography course at the Open University. I’ve been interested in photography for a while (I’m on my fifth digital camera in not many more years) but it was when I bought a Canon EOS 400d digital SLR a year ago that my interest became more serious. I [...]
I’ve finally finished sorting through all the photos from Italy last week. I started out with over 500 and got them down to a slightly more sensible 250ish. Highlights are now up on flickr.
Here’s a recommendation for a piece of softare I’ve been using for a couple of years. Autostitch is a fantastic piece of software for creating panoramic images and the results are nothing short of amazing. I’ve tried several photo-stitching applications in the past: some require lots of manual intervention to approximately align the photos in [...]