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Ralf Jurrien : June 28th 2007 - 09:07 CET

Photographer extensions for Firefox browser


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NewsPhotographer extensions for Firefox browser : I just came across a great article that I believe a lot of photographers would be interested in discovering. The article is titled "10 Best Firefox Extensions for Photographers" and contains information on 10 great photography-related extensions for the Firefox browser. This article gives you information on the following Firefox extensions: Fotofox, AutoSlideshow, Image Zoom, FxIF, GMif, PictureThis, Pix2Fone, Gspace, ShutterStockBar, and SnipShot. As a webmaster and photographer my favorite extensions are SnipShot, FxIF, and Gspace. Extensions are similar to plug-ins. They are programs that work within another program to enhance and/or extend functionality.
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Photographer extensions - SnipShot
SnipShot allows you to edit, enhance, and crop a photograph on a webpage before saving it to your computers. For me, this will come in handy for press release images that often have too much white space surrounding the image or contains multiple product shots within the same image.

Photographer extensions - FxIF
FxIF is an extension that allows photographers to read Exif data (Exchangeable Image File) in any photograph that was taken by a camera that records it. This allows you to view such attributes as the shutter speed and aperture the photo was taken at - a great learning tool.

Photographer extensions - Gspace
Gspace is an extension that allows you to make use of the large amount of free storage space that Google's Gmail offers each of their users - 2.8 Gigabytes - for things other than email. Photographers can use this extension to back up their photographs.





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