Do you want to be able to run through points where you see a photo of
before, then see the photo of after next? You could name your photos
in some sequential manner such that the before is point 1 in a table
and the after is point 2, etc. For instance, location_name_a.jpg
(before), location_name_b.jpg (after).
Another possibility would be to create an image from the before and
after photos so you have the photos side-by-side. If your not dealing
with more than 2 photos per site, this might be nice so you can
compare them easily in one image window. You could do the compositing
with imagemagick, possibly scripting it.
I have become a big fan of the eVis plugin, so I would stick with
that. Alternatively, you could create an action (I believe) to open
the linked image from a point layer. I've not used actions at all, but
this always seemed like a possibility.
Maybe this helps,
On Jan 27, 2008, at 10:47 AM, Magnus Homann wrote:
> I like to take pohotos of a couple of spots and see how the forest
> changes from year to year. So, the photos are takne rfom the
> (approximate) same place, but in different years.
> How best organize thsi? Keep alkl photos of same spot in one layer?
> Keep all photos from same photo session i one layer?
> I have used eVis for viewing, is there anything read-ymeade in that
> package that can relieve my organizing angst? Other ideas?
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