Superb applications for graphics or photo processing darktable and rawtherapee

If you need to process images, use darktable and rawtherapee

To install in Xubuntu or Ubuntu, open a terminal window and enter the following commands: $ sudo apt-get install darktable rawtherapee <enter>

Once you are done, go ahead and process photographs like a professional. Need I say that this is a good combination to substitute . . . → Read More: Superb applications for graphics or photo processing darktable and rawtherapee

How to create image map using LibreOffice Impress for use on a web page

My objective was to create an image map of a slide I created using LibreOffice Impress. See this link for the result. Here is how I went about it:

Create a presentation or flow diagram with the shapes you want, in LibreOffice Impress. Save the presentation as an ODP file, which is the default LibreOffice . . . → Read More: How to create image map using LibreOffice Impress for use on a web page

How to use uploaded image with WordPress post if you cannot use “Upload Media” button

I have an instance of my own of WordPress installed on my web site. In some posts, I need to use images to illustrate and explain certain topics. To do this, the image has to be uploaded to a folder within wp-content and then use the name of the image file to display on the . . . → Read More: How to use uploaded image with WordPress post if you cannot use “Upload Media” button

Convert any image file to pdf in Linux

Linux has a convert command that can manipulate images of any popular format from the command line individually or in a batch.

In addition to the above, it can also convert image files into PDF files. To try it out,  open a terminal window and type following command at the $ prompt:

$ convert image.jpg image.pdf . . . → Read More: Convert any image file to pdf in Linux

Clonezilla – Clone your hard disk for free

Finally, I got down to save myself the pain of re-installing operating systems if my installation got corrupt. You can do so, by using any disk imaging or cloning tool like Ghost for Linux, Symantec/Norton Ghost or even a free tool like Clonezilla available at http://www.clonezilla.org.

It is free Saves diskspace by compressing the images . . . → Read More: Clonezilla – Clone your hard disk for free

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