I’m making the leap from point-and-shoot digital cameras to digital SLRs. This represents a considerable increase in cost and hassle. The latest generation of compact point-and-shoots are pretty darned good. Will it be worth it? Or will I be smitten with terminal buyer’s remorse? Does Linux offer sufficient high-end photo management and editing software? Visit Adventures in Digital Photography With Linux, part 2 to find out. The first two installments cover cameras and lenses, and digital arcana thereof. Over the next few weeks I’ll write about editing and managing photos on Linux.
And, of course, you fine readers are invited to share your own Linux photography adventures.