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If you're prepared to do some of your own development then you could maybe start with http://www.face-rec.org/.
I personally recommend using SmugMug (www.smugmug.com) These sites are really easy to browse through, exceptionally cheap, and offer great features for storage (to include private gallery sharing, etc.) I recently was doing the storage hop-shuffle, and discovered SmugMug right in the nick of time, before I was about to dump a bunch of unnecessary time into ...
You could get a hosting with mysql (costs about 50 $/year) and install a good php gallery. A good one could be for example coppermine gallery. But there are manymore. Supports multiple uploads, usually you dont have space limits with those hostings, easy to use, supports galleries, user, rights, hidden galleries and a Whole lot more. Personally I would go ...
I just noticed that the image already is an panorama, but photos.google.com doesn't recognize it. If I upload/open it in www.google.com/maps/views, the image shows a little "Google Sphere" icon. So http://photo-sphere.appspot.com/ works great, only the preview is broken. :)
Check out my new free software "Photo Date Organizer": http://photodateorganizer.sourceforge.net/
Another service to check out is lenstag. It's free, and there is an app for your iOS or Android phone. Apparently it works... here is a story about a camera being recovered. As an extra added bonus, Lenstag will give you an estimated value for your used gear.
If you're using Adobe Lightroom, you will want to try out https://www.lightroomdashboard.com , it's going to tell you about focal lengths, apertures, ISO usage etc.
The sensor (SONY IMX214) diagonal is 5.867 mm (~1/3"). crop factor = diagonal of the 35mm frame / diagonal of the sensor = 43.3 mm / 5.867 mm = 7.38 FocalLenIn35mmFilm = focal length * crop factor = 3.82 mm * 7.38 = 28mm
As the author of StolenCameraFinder, I am somewhat biased ;) Both sites have published success stories. Here are my success stories, and here is one from CameraTrace. I actually have more stories in my email, I'm just pretty rubbish at typing them up ;) With both sites, you can run searches for free manually, just try them out and see what results you get. ...
Photostats is very similar to ExposurePlot. There are versions for Windows and OSX. The OSX version can use a Lightroom or iPhoto catalog to create charts. I'm not affiliated with the tool in any way, just found it once when looking to see if there was an OSX version of ExposurePlot.
You can do this with pretty much any camera. All you need to do is make sure the clock is synchronised with your barcode scanning tool, ideally at the beginning of each shooting session. The only extra device you'll need will be something to scan the barcode. A phone app is the most obvious option since you're likely to have that with you but it may take ...
You could achieve a custom DIY solution by using something like a Raspberry Pi. You can attach the Raspberry Pi to a barcode reader. When the Pi scans the barcode it will query its database for the relevant MetaData information. You can then use Gphoto2 to query your camera via a USB cable and retrieve photos taken after the barcode was scanned. A simple ...
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