Last July, before we left the States, I purchased a Canon EOS D10 digital camera. I was determined to use it to record our time abroad, and when I started this weblog I decided to include at least one photo on every entry. If you’ve read the weblog at all, you’ll know that all of the entries have at least one photo, many have two or three, and several, like the time Nathaniel and I rode the steam trains in Bodmin, have ten or more photos.
And there would be a lot more photos in this weblog if converting them to the right sizes, into the right format, and getting them into the right folders on my server weren’t all such big hassles.
One of the reasons that posts to this weblog have been so far and few between lately is that I have been been working on a product to make the process of getting photos ready for, and onto the web, simple and painless. That product, currently called “Photo Album", is just about finished. I’m testing the iPhoto connectivity right now, have just started the documentation (of which this entry is the first baby step), and should have a first beta release late next week.
In the meantime, there’s more on the other web site about “Who Is “Photo Album” For?". So if you’re curious who the product is targeted at, then wander on over and read the whole thing.
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