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Presenter is an
OpenGL-based slideshow viewer
with limited support for viewing
of how photos were taken. Numerous
are provided in this sleek cut down app.
Reveal is an easy to use, cross platform EXIF metadata viewer with limited editing capabilities. Reveal was designed to present as many details about how a photo was taken in a clear and easy to understand format.
Album Shaper strives to be the most friendly, easy to use, open source application for
organizing, annotating, framing,
your digital photos. Album Shaper embraces open formats like XML, JPEG, and XSLT, while supporting Windows, Mac OS X, and Unix users who speak a multitude of languages around the world.
A little while ago I stumbled across Ariya Hidayat's little application screenie. I was pretty impressed by the concept, but when I grabbed a copy of the sources and built it on my laptop running OSX I was less than pleased. When I launched the application an instructions dialog with *really* tiny font popped up over the application window. The application provided controls for just about everything I could want to do but the way in which they were laid out meant they took up more screen real estate than the actual visualization. Most importantly, the application was a pain to interact with. I wanted to grab onto the images and drag them around, or change the number of images and get some decent presets. For a concept application screenie was amazing, but for actually using it screenie was a royal pain. Since I havn't done any open source work in a really long time, and I wanted to make some snazzying marketing material like what screenie was capable of, I thought I might take a quick look at the code and see if I could improve it. Some how a few minutes turned into a few weekends and in the end I developed Showcase. Showcase basically does what screenie does, but, I hope, it does a better job of getting out of your way. There are too many changes, enhancements, and new functionality to list here so if you're interested see here. Anyways, I hope someone else finds this useful.