Many of our readers have made several polite inquires concerning the border utilized on my photographs. If you enlarge any of the images used on my blog, you will notice a dainty white bordering to them, further accentuated by a drop shadow. This bordering was created using a very handy open source tool called ImageMagick, … Read moreCreating Photo Borders Using ImageMagick
As you have seen in this article on copyright infringement, I decided to implement watermarking of all my images which are larger than 500 pixels. I felt the watermarking is justified to solve similar copyright infringement in future. Friend of mine Dijiraj has experienced a bizarre twist on this scenario. A few days ago he … Read moreWatermark Dilemma
I was shocked to see that one of my photograph was displayed as a hoarding at the entrance of an exhibition, without my permission. As this was copyrighted image and the person(s) who were exhibiting this did not take any permission whatsoever from me and have displayed it without even informing me. The photo was … Read moreCopyright Infringement
FastStone provides lightning fast image viewing. Like Infranview, FastStone supports a boatload of file formats and coverts between them. The main difference is that Infranview is about the single image where Faststone is about the browser. The Thumbnail viewer in Irfanview is pathetic if compared to FastStone.