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exif jpeg image orientation/rotation described:
A decent way of copying GPS location data from one image to another:
Use XnView, menu "Edit" / "Metadata" / "Edit GPS Data..."
(exiftool.exe needs to be copied to XnView-folder "AddOn")
GIMP Selective Colorization: http://gimpguru.org/Tutorials/SelectiveColorization/
Add a graphic watermark in GIMP: http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/gimptutorials/ss/graphic-watermark.htm
(140502: Tested "ufraw", but it cannot work as plugin for GIMP 2.8.10, and does not have any profile for SELP1650-lens.)
*** Mini-guide for publishing/preparing images (for Flickr etc..)
0. Browse and delete bad images.
1. Rename files with "RenameMaster" (prefix images with date and time)
2. Run GeoTag or GeoSetter to update images with GPS-data (from GPX-file) (tag jpg and also raw-files..).
(gpx-file might need to be "v1.0", try to run "ITN Converter" if gps-file is from endomondo)
3. Use Camera Raw (or RawTherapee / GIMP), and improve image by cropping (16:9), brightness, sharpness etc .
4. Use ExifToolGUI to remove "software" tag. (also "exifdataviewer" can be used, but only for one image at the time.)
5. Use XnView to "Metadate / Clean / XMP-data" (removes XMP-info).
6. With XnView, select images, choose "Tools", "Batch processing" and run
script ("bzn_xnview_resize_wmark1.xbs") to change image-size (2456x1380) + add watermark.
7. Add file-suffix "_v1" to files (XnView, menu "Tools", "Batch Rename").
Framkalla RAW med RawTherapee, lens profile "SONY (Sony E 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS) - RAW.lcp".
*** RAW-editing (point 2 above):
1. Apply lens-correction (should be included in a "preset")
2. Adjust white-balance (color-temp)
3. Straighten and crop (16:9) image.
4. Decrease "purple" (40 units), likely a NEX-thing..
5. Decrease highlights/whites, and adjust exposure (+highlights, shadows)
5a. Adjust contrast, and also adjust "light" and "shadows" in the tab "tone curve".
6. Sharpness (some value,usually default for camera-model..)
7. Luminance (noise-removal in high-ISO images)
8. Adjustment-brush / graduated filter (brighten or darken regions)
9. Spot removal if necessary
1. Duplicate layer..?
2. Healing brush tool.. ("j"-key)
*** General info and Camera Raw shortcut-keys:
- Do not use windows 10 "photo app" to view jpg (colors are incorrect in jpg from Camera Raw). Instead change jpg-association to use "windows photo viewer".
- Color-space "Adobe RGB (1998)" is the best choice for both screen and print (default in Camera Raw).
- "spacebar" hold down to activate panning of image
- "c" for cropping tool.
- "p" switch preview.
- "ctrl-0" zoom to fit
- "ctrl-alt-0" zoom to 100%
Camera RAW supported cameras: https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/camera-raw-plug-supported-cameras.html
Configure XnView to simultaneously delete RAW-file, when deleting JPG-file:
1.Open the XnView-config file: %appdata%\XnView\xnview.ini
(in my case C:\Users\alex\AppData\Roaming\XnView\xnview.ini).
2.In the section [File] add a new line at the end: Companion_00=jpg:cr2
This links the .cr2 (raw-File) to the .jpg.
So if you delete the jpg it automatically deletes the .cr2.
Replace the cr2 with the extension of your raw-file (so eg nef for Nikon) and save the file.
If you want the effect also in the other direction you have to create
another newline: Companion_01=cr2:jpg.
For now you can just leave this, as we will hide the raw files in the next steps.
3.Start XnView and open the options (Menu: Tools > Options or via ).
1.In General open the tab File Operations tick the
checkbox “For Copy/Move/Delete use companion file (.xmp/.thm/.jpg)
2.In Browser > File List write the file extension you want
to hide (the raw file: in my case cr2) in the last text input and click the OK button.
That is it. Now it should be easier to sort your pictures, as only the jpg-pictures are
shown and if you delete it, the raw file automatically gets also deleted.