- Use Bash shell scripts to automatically import photos and raw files from a storage card or camera and automatically rename, geotag, and neatly organize the transferred files
- Organize and manage photos with ExifTool
- Manage and edit photos using the lightweight yet versatile gThumb application
- Manage and process raw files with Darktable
- Manage and process photos with digiKam
- Apply color corrections using Hald CLUT
- Set up a simple self-hosted photo publishing web application to share and showcase your photographic masterpieces
- Implement a cloud backup system
- Build a Raspberry Pi-based device for backing up photos on the move
- Control Camera via Web with gPhoto2 Bottle
- Write Bash shell and Python scripts to control a Sony camera from a Linux machine via Wi-Fi
- Use Termux to organize, process, and back up photos and raw files on an Android device
- Use the Sonnenhut tool to plan your photographic activities
- Draw inspiration from Unsplash with the Unbash script
- Build photo essays with Expose
All material and scripts in the book are derived from the author's actual Linux-based photographic workflow.
All material and scripts in the book are based on the author's actual Linux-based photographic workflow.
Dmitri Popov has been writing exclusively about Linux and open source software for many years, and his articles have appeared in Danish, British, US, German, and Russian magazines and websites. Dmitri is an amateur photographer, and he writes about open source photography tools on his Scribbles and Snaps blog.