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he PC has become an increasingly useful tool in the field of photography. In fact, these days it s hard to find a professional photographer who doesn t use a computer in some way, either to download digital camera images or to scan in images taken using traditional film-based cameras. Ubuntu includes several photo manipulation and cataloging tools. Chief among these is a professional-level image-editing program called GIMP (for GNU Image Manipulation Program). This chapter introduces this jewel in the crown of Linux software, but first discusses how to use the F-Spot photo manager software to import and manage your image collection.
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Before you can undertake any image editing, you need to transfer the images to your PC. Depending on the source of the pictures, there are a variety of methods of doing this, but in nearly every case, the work of importing your photos is handled by F-Spot. But before we cover F-Spot, let s briefly recap the various methods of transferring images to your PC, some of which were outlined in 8.
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Most modern cameras use memory cards to store the pictures. If you have such a model, when you plug the camera into your PC s USB port, you should find that Ubuntu instantly recognizes it. An icon should appear on the desktop, and double-clicking it should display the memory card s contents in a Nautilus window. Along the top of the window, you ll see an orange bar saying This media contains digital photos alongside a button marked "Open F-Spot Photo Manager . Clicking this button will start F-Spot, with which you can copy the images to your hard disk, as explained in the next section. Of course, you can simply copy the pictures to your hard disk manually using Nautilus.
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If your camera doesn t appear to be recognized by Ubuntu, you should consider buying a USB card reader. These devices are typically inexpensive and usually can read a wide variety of card types, making them a useful investment for the future. Some new PCs even come with card readers built in. Most generic card readers should work fine under Linux, as will most new digital cameras.
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Caution Before detaching your camera or removing a photo card, you should right-click the desktop icon and select Unmount Volume. This tells Ubuntu that you ve finished with the device. Failing to eject in this way could cause data errors.
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If you re working with print photos, negative film, or transparencies, you can use a scanner and the XSane program (Applications Graphics XSane Image Scanner) to digitize them, as explained in 8. This works in a virtually identical way to the TWAIN modules supplied with Windows scanners, in that you need to set the resolution in dots per inch (DPI), as well as the color depth. Generally speaking, 300 DPI and 24-bit color should provide an adequate representation of most printed photos. Because of their smaller size, transparency or negative film images will require higher resolutions, in the order of 1,200 or 2,400 DPI.
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Importing Photos Using F-Spot
F-Spot is styled after image-cataloging programs you might have used under Windows or Macintosh, such as iPhoto or Picasa. Once you run F-Spot (Applications Graphics F-Spot Photo Manager), or after you click the Open F-Spot Photo Manager button that appears along the top of a Nautilus file browser window when you insert a memory card or attach your digital camera, the F-Spot Import window will appear. (Depending on your configuration, the Import window may appear within a file browser.) The Import window contains a preview of the pictures stored in your camera, the option to tag the pictures, and the target directory where the photos will be copied. By default, all of the pictures are selected. You can deselect and select photos using the standard selection techniques (Ctrl-click or Shift-click). Embedded tags are very useful in filtering and searching for pictures, as discussed in the Tagging Images section a little later in the chapter. The default target directory where the photos will be copied is Photos in your home directory, but you can change it to any directory you prefer. To import the pictures from your camera to your hard disk, just click the Import button. F-Spot will import your photos in the target location, in directories named after the year, month, and day the photos were originally taken.
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