"My Favorite Plug-Ins" - Digital Photography Podcast 83


I depend on 3rd party plug-ins to help me customize three of my favorite photo applications: iPhoto, Aperture, and Photoshop. In this podcast I talk about a handful of my favorite add-ons, then solicit your favorites for next week's show.

Here are some of the plug-ins I wax about in the show:

FlickrExport for iPhoto and Aperture by Connected Flow

Aperture2Gmail and iPhoto2Gmail by NotOptimal.net

Shutterfly Export Assistannt for iPhoto by Shutterfly

Exposure Plug-in for Photoshop (Mac and Windows) by Alien Skin Software

BetterHTMLExport for iPhoto by GeeksRUs

What's Your Favorite Plug-In?

I want to feature your favorite plug-ins for next week's show. You can contribute by posting a comment to these show notes (be sure to wait a minute or two after you hit the "Post" button for your comment to register on the TDS server) or by chiming in on our Public Group page on Flickr. List the name of your favorite plug-in, the URL where I can find it, and a sentence or two about why you like it. Please have your comments in by Saturday, May 26.

Monthly Photo Assignment

I also discuss this month's photo assignment, Slender. You can read more about how to submit on our Submissions page. Deadline for entry is May 31.

Listen to the Podcast

Now that I've piqued your curiosity, it's time to listen to today's audio show titled, "My Favorite Plug-Ins." You can download the podcast here (32 minutes). You can also subscribe to the podcast in iTunes

Want to share photos and talk with other members in our virtual camera club? Check out our new Flickr Public Group. It's a blast!

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I like the diana-holga and the tone mapping scripts for GIMP (http://www.gimp.org).

Hi Derrick,

I recently opened a flickr account and uploaded 5 pictures about three weeks ago. To this date I have not seen one picture to display to the public. The wait proccess is suppose to be about three days.

Love the Podcast

My favorite phug-in for iPhoto is Keyword Manager, developed by Bullstorm. It allows you to group your keywords hierarchically. For example, assigning the keyword Ryan to pictures of my son also gives these pictures the hierarchical keywords People, Family, and Kids. Very cool.

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