I’ve been writing exclusively about Linux and open source software for many years, and my articles have appeared in Danish, British, US, German, Spanish, and Russian magazines and websites. I’m an amateur photographer, and I write about open source photography tools on my Scribbles and Snaps blog.
I write about Linux and open source software for a living. Currently, I contribute to Linux Magazine, Ubuntu User, and c't Digital Photography. I also maintain the Productivity Sauce blog, where I cover open source productivity software.
digiKam is an immensely powerful photo management application, and mastering it requires time and effort. This book can help you to learn the ropes in the most efficient manner. Instead of explaining every digiKam’s feature, the book offers a collection of techniques that can help you to get the most out of this powerful application.
The ability to control a DSLR camera using an Android device opens a whole new world of photographic possibilities, but you need an appropriate app for that. For Nikon users, this app is DSLR Dashboard. Using it, you can control practically every aspect of your Nikon DSLR camera from the convenience of an Android device, and this guide offers a concise and straight-to-the-point introduction to DSLR Dashboard’s key features.
I’m not much of a coder, but I did cobble together a handful of tools and scripts for my personal use. The fruits of my coding endeavors are avalable on GitHub.
A hand-picked selection of my photos is available at Wikimedia Commons. All photos there are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. In my spare time, I tinker with Pygmyfoto, a crude solution for publishing a photo roll on the web.