Tux & Red Hat – the reason I was trying to connect my digital camera and my PC again.
It’s not a great pic, I was trying for a different effect but maybe I’ll play with it tomorrow and or attempt to take the picture again. Photo was taken after I fitted a 150 watt bulb in my room, no flash and I had to set the timer because the camera and this picture is actually inside my wardrobe. Time to take that bulb out, it’s way too bright!
Photographs from photosig
Please Don’t Shoot – you have to view this cute picture of a kitten!
Dramatic photograph of Royal Marines during training.
No Owen, I am not going to take a photo like this for you!
Ssshhh! The sunlover is asleep!
Wow! That’s very close!
If you’re squemish, you don’t want to see this amazing picture of a fly but you’ll be missing out on an amazing photograph.
photoSIG – a community site along the lines of photo.net. There’s some great tutorials here and a wealth of photographs.
I found personal photographs on photo.net of The World Trade Center taken in 1990. Martina visited New York last year with Rosanna and must have seen this view as she chatted to a WTC worker over sandwiches in the plaza. This scene and this view will never be seen again.
I went and created a photo.net account for myself. Must upload some more pics!
Tips for Using a Point & Shoot Camera – my dad has an SLR but I have 2 point and click cameras, one’s digital, the other film, there’s some great tips here.
Personal weblogs cover such an amazing number of topics. The Blogger “Next Blog!” function led me to plenty of good stuff, such as Triple Dub which led me to photo.net and some emotive, powerful and intriguing photographs.
I have a Fujifilm Finepix 1300 digital camera. This morning I did a Google search for some help getting it working in Red Hat Linux 7.2. I had it working with a Linux 2.2.x kernel but things changed in 2.4 so I needed help. Here’s some useful links:
Commentry on Olympus Brio and Linux
gPhoto – a library for accessing USB and serial digital cameras. The Kompany produced a Kio slave for KDE that uses this library. Browse through the files on your camera in Konqueror!
Linux hot-plugging – Its goal is letting you plug in new devices and use them immediately.