Here's a video I made that points the way forward when it comes to indexing and searching our photography libraries: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiVrsQnVpRQ Google has built some truly amazing object and scene recognition AI (artificial intelligence) into its Google Photos service. By comparison, the drudgery of manual keywording we currently have to do, not only after we … Continue reading How Google’s AI can eliminate the need to keyword photos
It goes without saying that Thomas Hawk loves photography. It also goes without saying that he writes about photography. In spite of all those givens, I still got a pleasant surprise when I saw that he took time out of his truly hectic schedule and went to the trouble of identifying 1,500 great photographers who … Continue reading Thank you TH!
I joined Flickr in December 2004, and stuck with it since then because I like it. In spite of the various censorship issues that have plagued it over time, it's still one of the best (if not the best) places to share photos. (Videos are another matter...) Here's a short list of what could make … Continue reading My wishlist for Flickr
Flickr launched a new feature they call People in Photos a few hours ago, on October 21, 2009. It lets you tag people in your photos or in your contacts' photos. I guess it was only a matter of time before this happened. While Riya and iPhoto went the route of computer-aided facial recognition, which … Continue reading Flickr launches People in Photos
I've been mulling over this decision for some time. As I thought about it, I wanted to balance my desire to let people enjoy my photos with my very real need to retain the ability to sell my photographs, because I do want that to become a larger source of income for me than it … Continue reading An announcement about my photos
I continued to work on replacing photos hosted with third party services. The list of modified posts is provided below. This has proven to be a huge effort. I had to locate the photos in my digital library -- not all of which is keyworded yet, though I've got location information for all my photos … Continue reading Photography, take two, part two
Over this weekend and the last several days, I've gone through posts that contain photographs, and replaced all of the images with ones hosted directly at ComeAcross. In the past, I've used photos hosted with third party photo sharing services, and I realize now that's a folly. If a third party service goes down, which … Continue reading Photography, take two