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intense-images - A simple library to view large images up close using simple mouse interaction, and the full screen

A stand alone javascript library for viewing images on the full, full screen. Using the touch/mouse position for panning. Here's a demo! You can also play with the code live on CodePen. Intense images is a stand alone library (no jquery, or the likes) so usage is pretty straight forward. All styling of image elements is up to the user, Intense.js only handles the creation, styling and management of the image viewer and captions.


SmugMugAPIWrapper is a simple wrapper around the smugmug REST API. The main emphasis is simple uploading of files to an album, but as time goes on, more of the API will be supported. The project was originally called SmugMugAPI, but there is already one of those, so I change...


FlickrSync is a photo synchronization application for flickr users. It displays your local folders and your flickr sets and it can establish synchronization rules between them. This way you can manage all your photos locally and FlickrSync will keep them updated in flickr.

geotagger - 📸 🗺 Geotag your photos from GPS-less cameras with your phone's location history data

Geotag your photos from GPS-less cameras with your phone's location history data.…if your answer is 3x yes, then this tool is for you.

node-eyefi - integrate image-uploads from eye-fi cards into your application

Allows an Eye-Fi card to post images directly to your node.js-application. now take a photo to see if it's working.

timelapse - Shell scripts for capturing and compiling timelapse photography

This script will run forever, so press ctrl+c when want to quit. That will put an MP4 video and myriad smaller GIFs in the output folder.

shmile - Node-based DSLR photobooth. Project moved to: porkbuns/shmile

With your digital camera, a laptop and a printer, you can have your own DIY low-cost photobooth. Create your own custom overlay. Make sure it is a 4x6 crop factor, save it as a 24-bit transparent PNG. See public/images/overlay.png for an example.

node-gphoto2 - A Node.js wrapper for libgphoto2

A Node.js wrapper for libgphoto2. Useful for remote controlling of DSLRs and other digital cameras supported by gphoto2. The test suite can be run using npm test. There's also a small test application in test/test-server.coffee which runs on http://localhost:1337 and allows to change camera settings and to take pictures.

pi-timelapse - Time-lapse app for Raspberry Pi computers.

There are a ton of different Time-Lapse scripts and apps built for the Raspberry Pi, but I wanted to make a more customized setup for my own needs. After the capture is completed, the images will be stored in a directory named series-[current date].

little-backup-box - Raspberry Pi-based backup device for photographers

Bash shell scripts that transform a Raspberry Pi (or any single-board computer running a Debian-based Linux distribution) into an inexpensive, fully-automatic, pocketable photo backup and streaming device. First of all, make sure that your Raspberry Pi is connected to the internet.

mejiro - Pastebin for your photos

Mejiro is an easy-to-use single-file PHP web app for instant photo publishing. You can add descriptions to photos by creating accompanying .txt files. For example, to add a description to the F994362-R1-14-15.jpg photo, create the F994362-R1-14-15.txt file containing a short text. You can use HTML markup for formatting the text. To add description files in other languages, use the appropriate language prefix as follows: de-F994362-R1-14-15.txt (for German), ja-F994362-R1-14-15.txt (for Japanese), etc.

Splashify - Beautiful desktop wallpapers

Choose from thousands of stunning photos taken by amazing photographers from around the world and set them as your desktop background in a single click. Download the latest version from the releases page. DMG for macOS and EXE for Windows are available.

photos.daneden.me - 📸 A React.js-based gallery of some of my favorite photos

A place for my photos to shine (in more glory than Instagram can deliver). I used the amazing create-react-app as a starting point for this site, and added a few things to make it my own.

ptp.js - Library for controlling cameras via PTP/IP

An inspiration was ThetaShutterProc.c, a set of C functions part of ThetaShutter_PQIAirPen002.zip by MobileHackerz. ptp.js has a different architecture, however, making use of JavaScript’s functional nature. An object is created, let’s call it ptp.