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The developer of ShutterSnitch seems to have figured it out, it might be possible to get them to help you out.
Rawtherapee is powerful, free, and open-source. You can download the full DPP (Digital Photo Professional) from Canon if you have the serial number of your camera. You need to start with the product page of your camera first: ...
You can try this plug-in for Ligthroom (if you have it :) ) Lr/Mogrify 2 or use this command line utility to batch border/watermarking ImageMagick
I'm a linux user and I was looking for a great open source software like Adobe light room, I used Darktable at first, but soon I realized that It doesn't support NEF nikon d5300 files (Nikon RAW files). I now use Lightzone it is a great piece of software and I'm very happy with it. Many filters of Lightroom is there for you for free like clarity, HUE, ...
My suggestion goes for LIGHTZONE: http://lightzoneproject.org/ Unique software that is now developed open source. It has a useful graphical zones tool hence the name. Furthermore each tool is on its own layer, which allows to achieve some creative effects. Multi platform too.
You may use mencoder. Options are quite explicits: list all your images files. If they all are in the curent directory with ordered names and you want the list in the file /tmp/files.txt: ls -1 *jpg > /tmp/files.txt Use mencoder with the appropriate option. If you want the output file to be /tmp/test.avi with 30fps: mencoder -nosound -ovc lavc ...
A good free of charge alternative to Photoshop will involve using at least a few different programs. There is no single free of charge program that will allow you to do everything that Photoshop can do in a practical way. I use the following programs: DCRaw for converting RAW files to the format you want. E.g. you may want to run your own demosaicing ...
You might want to try PhotoLine. I think it is Photoshop’s closest competitor. It does all the photo editing that Photoshop does, and has some advanced features like adjustment layers for adjustment layers. Fully 16-bit. Uses Photoshop plugins. Much more advanced than either Photoshop Elements or Lightroom; but doesn't have the photo management function ...
The latest Sony cameras include an Android subsystem used to run apps from the proprietary Sony PlayMemories Camera App Store (PMCA). We reverse engineered the installation process. This allows you to install custom Android apps on your camera. https://github.com/ma1co/Sony-PMCA-RE
If you are looking for assembling a set of photos into a panoramic image or VR image, Hugin is a great and free tool. For navigable tours, you have many options. You need to convert the stitched images into cube image maps with a software, create navigation links, and then view the assembled tours. Look around this link to find the tool and output format ...
I pretty much was in the exact same situation as the OP. I wanted a simple portfolio site that wasn't a gallery host (flickr, 500px), wasn't ugly (Coppermine, ZenPhoto, Pwigo), wasn't full of security holes (Gallery2 no longer being updated, anything WordPress based), and I could self host. Open source would've been awesome, but I was also willing to pay for ...
It's the app camera+, open the photo, 1st step is to hit clarity, then 2nd step is to go to filters and hit HDR
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