The glory hole at Lake Berryessa has not been active since 2006. With the recent rain, it is going full blast.
When I was first developing SuprSetr, an album organizer for Flickr photos, I couldn’t find a library to access the Flickr API that worked well for me. So, I decided to write my own, and named it Jinx. At first, I only supported parts of the API that I needed for SuprSetr, but over time I have added more and more support.
At long last, the library supports the entire Flickr API. Version 1.0 is available under the GPL at GitHub, and is also available via Maven Central.
If you need a Java library for the Flickr API, take a look and let me know if you find it useful.
SuprSetr is an advanced set (well, albums now) management tool for your Flickr photos. SuprSetr has been happily managing sets for Flickr users since 2009. This is the third major release of the software.
This version adds updated icons from Glyphish and some nifty features. Some of the changes:
- Support machine tags with spaces
- Support full text searches
- Set list now shows view counts
- Set list can be ordered alphabetically or by view count
- Enabled Flickr Commons search
- Enabled Privacy options
- Photosets can be sorted by the number of views on photos
- FavrTagr supports custom fave intervals (define in Preferences)
- FavrTagr will show your most favorited photo when it is finished
My photography goal for 2017 is to improve my portrait photography. This means shooting more portraits: portraits of friends, portraits of strangers, environmental portraits, formal portraits, and casual portraits. I’m also going to continue a long-term photo project, which I will mention here in a few weeks.
If anyone wants to be a subject, let me know!
My first portrait this year is of my friends Stu and Deb. This was made in San Anselmo. It was an overcast day with soft light. The background is a building in the neighborhood.