I’m currently “managing” (or better say storing) my photos using Nextcloud. Whenever I take photos with the camera, I copy them to a YEAR/MONTH based folder structure. Also the photos from my phone get automatically uploaded to a folder with all phone photos.
But Photoprism looks awesome. 😍 It’s still in development (seems like it’s already in that state since 2018 - but there are recent commits, so I guess this project is still alive), but the demo is quite promising.
I was at the cemetery today and this view of a gravestone from behind in front of flowering trees impressed me.
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I like to look at nice photos. And if the photographer publishes them on his own site (in IndieWeb style), I like it even more. I am looking forward to see more photos in your series “#LifeThroughLenses”, Henrique! 😍👍
I use BunnyCDN as storage for my Micropub media endpoint, where I upload all the photos and other media files I publish on my blog. When I upload a new photo the media endpoint first uploads the original file with the name of it’s SHA-256 hash value (so when I upload the same file multiple times, it doesn’t create multiple files). When I upload an image (JPEG or PNG) it also gets optimized and resized to a maximum width of 2000 pixels using the Tinify API (and then uploaded to BunnyCDN too), doing that significantly reduces the file size of the images displayed on my blog.
I just added a page that lists all the photos from this blog. It’s my alternative to using Instagram. Everyone can view my photos without the need to create an account, seeing advertisements and getting tracked. It was also a little challenge getting Hugo to filter and list all posts.
Since I have holidays at the moment and don’t want to spend all my time at home in front of the computer, I decided to go hiking today. However, the place I had chosen was not the best choice. In the forest it was very muddy and my shoes and clothes looked accordingly.
It was nevertheless a nice variation.
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