Top 5 Java Photography Projects
Extracts Exif, IPTC, XMP, ICC and other metadata from image, video and audio filesProject mention: metta data with java | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-09-20
Alternatively and much more easily, you can use a library like Apache Commons Imaging or Metadata-Extractor, or run a shell command to read it.
An image resizing library for Android (by hkk595)
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Android Camera that uses Enhanced image processingProject mention: Android 12 vs. LOS 18 (or 19)? | reddit.com/r/LineageOS | 2022-03-10
Google Camera - most people suck it up and use GCam. The normal AOSP camera looks horrid. It sucks, but there's few other options available. Maybe try Photon if it annoys you?
A desktop image editorProject mention: Pixelitor – open source image editor with non-destructive smart objects | reddit.com/r/CKsTechNews | 2022-05-19
Software to create a pixel sorting effect on images.Project mention: The Maze | reddit.com/r/pixelsorting | 2022-05-13
If you eventually want a paid option then Mad Pixel Sort is by far (IMO) the best for features, polish, and flexibility.
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