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<application>F-Spot</application> provides a complete solution for managing your photo collection. To start it, choose <menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Graphics</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>F-Spot Photo Manager</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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With <application>F-Spot</application>, you can import photos from your digital camera or USB stick, tag them with familiar terms, do touch ups, and edit them in different ways. In addition to this, you can upload photos easily to your Flickr, PicasaWeb album and other online photo galleries.
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For help with <application>F-Spot Photo Manager</application>, see the <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:f-spot">F-Spot User Guide</ulink>.
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Select the <guilabel>F-Spot photos</guilabel> screensaver theme
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Photos which are tagged as <guilabel>Favorites</guilabel> in <application>F-Spot Photo Manager</application> will be displayed as your screensaver
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Open F-Spot
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Sometimes, you may need to adjust or touch-up a photo to make it look better or to remove some flaw. <application>F-Spot</application> includes a few basic tools for doing this. To access these tools, press the <guibutton>Edit Photo</guibutton> button and then click on one of the tools at the bottom of the screen.
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ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com (Ubuntu Documentation Project)
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ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com (Ubuntu Dokumentationsprojekt)
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mdke@ubuntu.com (Matthew East)
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mdke@ubuntu.com (Matthew East)
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All about playing music and video files, CDs, DVDs as well as importing, managing and editing your photos and pictures.
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Movies, DVDs and videos
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Playing DVDs
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Photos and cameras
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There are many tools available to help you to work with your digital photo collection.
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Ubuntu automatically detects most digital cameras when you plug them in, and will offer to import your photos automatically.
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To import photos from your camera:
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Plug-in and switch on the camera by placing it in review mode. Ubuntu should ask you if you would like to import the photos that the camera contains.
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Click on <guibutton>Import</guibutton>. You should then see a preview of the photos.
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Choose a location to save your photos to, then click on <guibutton>Import</guibutton>. The photos will be saved to your hard drive.
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If Ubuntu does not ask you if it can import the photos:
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Organize your photo collection
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Watch a slideshow of photos
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If you want to show off your photos in all of their glory, why not run a slideshow of them?
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Setting a Slideshow as Your Screensaver
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You can use a slideshow of your photos as you screensaver:
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Press <menuchoice><guimenu>System</guimenu><guimenuitem>Preferences</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Screensaver</guimenuitem></menuchoice>
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If you would like to change which tag is used for the slideshow:
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Press <menuchoice><guimenuitem>Edit</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Preferences</guimenuitem></menuchoice>
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Under <guilabel>Screensaver</guilabel>, select the desired tag
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Press <guibutton>Close</guibutton>
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Printing photos
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Printing your photos is great way to share them with others.
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Double-click the photo you want to print to open it in the <application>Image Viewer</application>
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Under <guilabel>Format for</guilabel>, select the printer which you are going to use
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Under <guilabel>Paper size</guilabel>, select the size of the paper which you are going to print the photo onto
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Under <guilabel>Orientation</guilabel>, choose the orientation of the photo on the paper
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Press <guibutton>Apply</guibutton>
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Change any settings as appropriate (see below)
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Press <guibutton>Print</guibutton> to print the photo
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Printer Settings
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Make sure that you select your printer from the list on the <guilabel>General</guilabel> tab to get the full range of settings supported by your printer.
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Different makes of printer will have different printer settings. The settings below are only provided as a guide for what you may be able to change with your particular printer.
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Paper Type
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The paper type that you use has a large impact on the quality of your printed photo. You should set the paper type to match the paper which you are using in your printer to prevent poor results. Using a <emphasis>glossy</emphasis> paper type with only <emphasis>plain</emphasis> paper loaded into your printer will generally produce poor results, for example.
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This setting may automatically change the amount of ink which is used, in order to get the best results and to prevent smudging. How this is handled will depend on your printer.
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Print Quality
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Print quality is generally measured in <emphasis>DPI</emphasis> (dots per inch). A greater DPI value should result in better print quality.
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Choose <guilabel>Draft</guilabel> for making quick draft prints which don't use much ink
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Choose <guilabel>Best Quality</guilabel> or <guilabel>Photo</guilabel> for making high quality prints. Printing will be slower and will use more ink
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