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  • The Digital Cave - EXIF file stats
    stats I have seen a number of fancy graphs and things to show your photo stats but nothing lightweight Today I decided to whip up a simple bash script to show stats from your files including lenses used apertures focal lengths etc It is incredibly simple and uses exiftool for all the difficult work but I thought it was useful and hopefully someone else may as well You can download

    Original URL path: http://digitalcave.ca/resources/photography/exifstats.jsp (2014-10-09)
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  • The Digital Cave - Workflow Management
    as iPhoto They tend to use a database for storing metadata which leads to problems of corruption vendor lock in etc I have created a small set of scripts python and bash which let me wf ufraw View RAW files and save development settings to sidecar files uses UFRaw wf ufraw batch Batch convert RAW files to jpg after sidecar files created wf exif Tag files with common EXIF tags currently copyright information location headline uses exiftool wf library insert Insert files into library based on user criteria currently defined as LIBRARY year month location with subfolders for work in progress xcf raw orf etc I can then browse these images using the system s file manager or search using the system s metadata search facility Since all metadata is stored as EXIF IPTC tags on the images themselves I don t have to worry about a single database being corrupted if I want to import into another image management program all my changes will be kept Recommended workflow when using these scripts is as follows Download images to Pictures Incoming Optional if using RAW images without jpg proofs Set UFRaw to save conversion settings to ufraw sidecar file instead of converting to jpg immediately Call wf ufraw to list all files in current directory which don t have ufraw sidecar files associated with them Delete obvious non keepers Batch convert to jpg using alias wf ufraw batch ls ufraw batch overwrite ufraw Delete any files which you are not planning to keep If you like a picture as a snapshot but will not be doing much any post processing work on it you can delete the RAW and keep the jpg Optional use Gimp to do whatever post processing work you want and save the image as FILENAME xcf

    Original URL path: http://digitalcave.ca/resources/photography/workflow.jsp (2014-10-09)
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  • The Digital Cave - Search
    Time Capsule on Debian Git Simplified DVD Backup Archiving Command Line Cheat Sheet Misc Scripts AVR Arduino Arduino I2C AVR Programming Nikon CLS Flash Trigger AVR Libraries PSX Controller Driver Hardware Misc Circuits Serial Links Security My PGP Keys Photography Katzeye Review Extension Tubes Review Sigma 30 1 4 Review Sigma 50 1 4 Review Sigma 50 150 2 8 Review EXIF Stats Workflow Tools Search Contact Me Search You

    Original URL path: http://digitalcave.ca/search.jsp (2014-10-09)
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  • The Digital Cave - Contact Me
    Capsule on Debian Git Simplified DVD Backup Archiving Command Line Cheat Sheet Misc Scripts AVR Arduino Arduino I2C AVR Programming Nikon CLS Flash Trigger AVR Libraries PSX Controller Driver Hardware Misc Circuits Serial Links Security My PGP Keys Photography Katzeye Review Extension Tubes Review Sigma 30 1 4 Review Sigma 50 1 4 Review Sigma 50 150 2 8 Review EXIF Stats Workflow Tools Search Contact Me Contact Me Please

    Original URL path: http://digitalcave.ca/contact.jsp (2014-10-09)
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