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go-exif-knife: One Exif Command-Line Tool to [Nearly] Rule Them All

go-exif-knife is a tool that will allow you to parse Exif from JPEG and PNG images and to do a brute-force parse of Exif embedded in any other format. 98 more words


Go: Exif Reader/Writer Library

The go-exif project is now available. It allows you to parse and enumerate/visit/search/dump the existing IFDs/tags in an Exif blob, instantiate a builder to create and construct a new Exif blob, and create a builder  127 more words


Heresy and sacrilege: MT and SOOC experiments

Due to an idle browser, more idle hands and pre-Raya* specials, the un-camera is no more. I traded in the GX85 for an Olympus PEN-F ( 1,627 more words


My Fujifilm X100F Kodak Ektar 100 Film Simulation Recipe

When Fuji X Weekly reader Jackie asked if I could make a film simulation recipe that mimics the look of Kodak Ektar 100 film, I thought that it would be a simple task. 595 more words

Cameras for Free Software

Figure 1:  Cameras that shoot for free software

Posted 06-08-2018

On my videomiscellany.wordpress.com blog, I’d mentioned that I try to find and use cameras that enable the use of free software (as in GPL, etc, and not free as in no cost).  23 more words

Mistakes & madness...

Thinking about all the times I get frustrated when an image doesn’t turn out alright, I usually end up forgetting about the photographs entirely; the easier thing to do would be to see if it didn’t turn out right because of settings, or if it’s because I’m just not looking at it right. 432 more words


My Fujifilm X100F Kodak Portra 400 Film Simulation Recipe

Fuji X Weekly reader Luis Costa asked me if I could create a Kodak Portra 400 film simulation recipe for the Fujifilm X100F. I liked the idea and thought it would be a fun challenge, so I agreed. 1,080 more words