Qtpfsgui is an open source graphical user interface application that aims to provide a workflow for HDR imaging. Supported operations include: creations of a HDR file from a set of images of a scene taken at different exposure settings, tone-mapping an HDR image into a common LDR image format (e.g JPEG or PNG), and loading, saving, and rotating existing HDR images.
QuikKopy is a command-line utility which copies images from a source directory to a destination directory, creating a structured library of digital images. It can also perform batch resizing and manipulation of images using ImageMagick. It is designed for use with large collections of raw images, such as those downloaded from a digital camera.
RPhoto is a handy image editor to simplify cropping of digital camera pictures and avoid white borders introduced by incorrect height/width ratios. It also has lossless rotate and flip features, as well as a unique way to rectify a bad angle by only drawing a horizontal or vertical line.
Rapid Photo Downloader is an application for professional and amateur photographers, designed for use on the Linux desktop. It can download photos and videos from multiple cameras, memory cards, and portable storage devices simultaneously. It provides many flexible, user-defined options for subfolder creation, photo and video renaming, and backup.
From your Windows Mobile device, RealtimeBlog generates GSM and GPS GeoTag files and provides an interface to manage the openBmap GeoTag Files manager. It sends photos to your ISP account and updates your Facebook mini-feed with a link to these photos. It allows you to share your geographical position from GPS or Cell id with your friends.
Remote Capture for Canon PowerShot cameras is a tool for controlling Canon PowerShot cameras. It has been tested with the following Canon PowerShot cameras: S50, A60, A70, A75, A80, A85, A95, A510, A520, G6, S400, S410, and S500. The main advantage of Capture compared to gPhoto is that the consecutive shots are taken without the camera lenses being closed and opened again. When taking several thousand shots in a row, this indeed lets the camera live longer. If you do not need this feature, gPhoto is sufficient.
SANE stands for "Scanner Access Now Easy" and is an application programming interface (API) that provides standardized access to any raster image scanner hardware (flatbed scanner, handheld scanner, video and still cameras, framegrabbers, etc.). The SANE standard is public domain and its discussion and development are open to everybody. The source code is written for UNIX (including Linux) and is available under the GPL, but commercial applications and backends are welcome. The package contains the libraries, net support, and scanimage. The X frontends xscanimage and xcam can be found in sane-frontends.