If you ever want to make a panorama then this software is amazing. Absolutly amazing. Totally automatic and … well… amazing
I’ve tried to do some editing of my Holiday photos today but it seems to be hopeless.
PSP (Paint Shop Pro) 11 strips out all the tags and exif (data embedded into the photo) information from the picture. This gives me a catch 22.
If I put the GPS and tags onto my pictures first, and then edit them, PSP removes them.
If I edit my pictures first and then run the GPS program it fails as it can’t tell when the picture was taken (due to ‘data taken’ being deleted from the photo).
So it looks like a long wait for a fix. There is even a new version of PSP out, but that costs £40 and I wouldn’t even know if it fixes the problem.
I haven’t got around to editing any of the photos, but I’ve put a few of my pictures up anyway.
These photos are marked as private and use a ‘guest pass’ so you can only see them through this link. If you go straight to my Flickr page they won’t be there.
http://www.flickr.com/gp/9987913@N08/Q574E8 [Link removed due to photos being updated]
(This link will not work once I upload the final photos)
It’s 10pm at night and we’re just waiting for a coach to pick us up from the reception we are currently in. I’m boiling hot.
To make that sentence a little more accurate… the BBC says that the night time minimum temperature is 23 degrees celsius. A perspective on that is that the maximum temperature in London tomorrow will be 19 degrees. I’m sweating buckets.
Anyway, over the next couple of days I’ll explain what I’ve been doing and will be putting up some photos on Flickr when I can get the GPS software downloaded and my photos geotagged. Probably Sunday.
I’m looking forward to posting some of the photos from this holiday, but although there is internet there aren’t the cables to connect the camera up. So far we have some excellent ones of Rhodes old town walls, the roman acropolis and some dolphins that decided to turn up on our boat trip. A lot of people didn’t even see the dolphins, but I managed a quick picture!
Karen is now a mother and I’m an Uncle. I’m looking forward to those pictures too.
(Password protected as I don’t annouce when I’m on holiday publicly)
After working in Humanities at Avenue Campus in one way or another since 2003, tomorrow is my last day.
Another ISS person is down at Avenue, I’m going up to the main campus and hopefully everyone will miss me 🙂
It’s hard to work out which place is the best to be. They both have a lot of good points.
Avenue is quiet, air conditioned, independent (as managers are at highfield) and there is a very personal touch with everything with most people knowing me by name (and vice versa).
Highfield however has lots of things in it (Gym, shops, bars). Advice is closer and I’d meet more people within the team. Hopefully it would also be the first stage of better career progression.
But we’ll see how it goes. Nice drink tomorrow with some of the Avenue people, looking forward to it.
Even if I wanted an iPhone it was always worth watiing. Now with announcements like http://www.engadget.com/2008/06/09/iphone-3g-is-finally-official it shows it’s worth it