Samsung Galaxy S2 Sample Camera Pictures | I just picked up a Galaxy S2 refurb from ATT for a penny. I was pleasantly surprised by the camera! The Galaxy S2 has an 8MP camera which takes fairly good pictures. Here are some example shots I took today: Original images off the camera available here (21MB .zip).
Straighten Crooked Photos – GIMP | Use gimp to easily straighten crooked photos! Here is my random photo which is slightly crooked to the left. First choose Tools > Transform Tools > Rotate Then you can simply adjust the angle to straighten your photo as desired. If needed, you can also adjust the center pivot point. I turned on the grid
FxCamera for Android | I ran across a neat free Android app called FxCamera. It takes photos with a variety of effects, though perhaps the best is the old polaroid. Check out these pics I took with my Android phone: An old Ubuntu mug from the 70s A pic of @scottlinux from back in the 70s For more details,
Batch Resize from Command Line | How can I batch resize photos in Linux via the command line? Yet again ImageMagick is your friend. With one little command you can resize an entire directory of photos. First, install ImageMagick if you haven’t already: sudo apt-get install imagemagick Then simply run this command below, altering as desired: mogrify -resize 1024×768 *.jpg You
How To Strip EXIF Data | How can I strip EXIF, GPS, and other metadata from photos in Linux? Using a single command from the wonderful ImageMagick, you can strip all of that personal data from your photos before posting them to the web. First, install ImageMagick: sudo apt-get install imagemagick Then simply run this command below. Note: *.jpg will strip