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Photocrumbs is a forgetful single-file PHP web app for instantly publishing photos as a chronological stream. The app features expiration functionality. When enabled, it deletes photos older than a user-defined number of days—hence the forgetful moniker.
Instantly create masks, cutouts, and clipping paths online…
psdiff is a small tool that you install as a git hook — then, any time anyone makes a change to a psd file, psdiff automagically generates an accompanying png export of the modified file.
Light Up makes highlighting parts of an image easy while keeping the context of the image intact. Use it to annotate screenshots or highlight parts of a website you’re discussing.
cURL an image!
cURL an image!, like so:
Not terribly useful, admittedly.
thumbor is a smart imaging service. It enables on-demand crop, resizing and flipping of images.
It also features a VERY smart detection of important points in the image for better cropping and resizing, using state-of-the-art face and feature detection algorithms.
Self-hosted, and getting a thumbnail of an image is simple:
Via The Changelog.
Poster is an application for posting photos and video to the web. Poster can send photos and videos to Flickr, SmugMug and Facebook profiles and photos to Facebook pages.
Take a picture with Shoots & Leaves, and it gets uploaded to a hosting service. The app gets a link to the uploaded photo and does something with it. You decide what that something is. For example, you can:
- Create a reminder
- Send a text message
- Send an email
- Copy to the clipboard
- Open it in Safari
Shoots & Leaves also supports sending to third-party apps, including Omnifocus and Drafts.
Designed for blind and visually impaired users, TapTapSee is a camera app that identifies the objects you photograph, using VoiceOver to return results.
Automates ImageOptim, ImageAlpha, and JPEGmini for Mac to make batch optimisation of images part of your automated build process.
ditaa is a small command-line utility written in Java, that can convert diagrams drawn using ascii art (‘drawings’ that contain characters that resemble lines like
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