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.
GPicView is a simple and fast image viewer with low memory usage. It's aimed at replacing the default image viewer of current desktop systems. Fast startup, low memory usage, and a simple user interface make it a good choice for a default viewer. It is extremely lightweight and fast with low memory usage, has a simple and intuitive interface, minimal library dependencies (only GTK+ is used), and doesn't require any specific desktop environment. It was inspired by the Windows XP image viewer and gimmage.
The chemical-mime-data package is a collection of data files to add support for various chemical MIME types on Linux/Unix desktops, such as KDE and GNOME. Chemical MIME types were proposed in 1995, though it seems they have never been registered with IANA. But they are widely used, and the project's aim is to support these important but unofficial MIME types. Initial data was taken from "The Chemical MIME Home Page" of Henry Rzepa.
Nautilus Image Converter is a Nautilus extension to mass resize and rotate images. It adds a "Resize Images..." menu item to the context menu of all images. This opens a dialog where you set the desired image size and file name. A click on "Resize" resizes the image(s) using ImageMagick's convert tool. A "Rotate Images..." menu item is also available.
gtkShots is a GUI tool to automatically save screenshots at regular or scheduled points in time. with the Options may be chosen for each screenshot to be saved, such as the size, the parent folder, and the time interval between them. Some possible applications include the creation of presentations or monitoring desktop activity. gtkShots includes pyshots, the command-line program that actually implements its functionality.