Photo Organizer

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  • Task Type Feature Request
  • Category Backend / Core
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  • Reported Version 2.33
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Attached to Project: Photo Organizer
Opened by Jiri Vasina - 2007-03-22
Last edited by Solomon Peachy - 2008-01-06

FS#185 - Development / printing information

I capture the majority of photos on film, process it myself, print or scan it myself. A lot of people my do the same. I would like to see an option to note down the way I developed the film. IMO it would be best done in the following fashion:

have a table with development instructions (could have fields like: "id"?, "name", "developer", "dillution", "time", "agitation", "temperature", "notes"). The editing would be done in a similar way as for locations. This info would than be linked (through the id field?) as a technical informaion for the photo.

If there was the possibility to enter these information, I would not have to have a separate database/excel sheets noting this down.

Thanks a lot

Jiri

Admin
Solomon Peachy commented on 2007-03-23 03:30

I definately see the use of this, but if it were to be handled like locations, you'd have to have a unique "development" per selection. I realise there's probably a handful that you would use most often, but unique development types would expand the table rapidly.

Admin
Solomon Peachy commented on 2007-03-23 03:37

so, you'd want something like:

create table "developers" (
identifier integer unique not null,
manufacturer integer references manufacturers(identifier),
model text not null
);

create table 'development' (
identifier integer unique not null,
name text not null,
developer integer references delvelopers(identifier),
dilution text, -- a percentage?
time timestamp, -- ie "5 minutes 3 seconds"
agitation text, -- ?? "yes/no/light/heavy" ?
temperature integer, -- eg 24C
notes text
);

I don't know what kind of data types you'd have for each of these fields.

Jiri Vasina commented on 2007-03-23 06:25

Something like that, but
dilution text should be text field (it usually is something in the form "1:100", "1+1", "1+3", "1:1:100", ...)
time - could be the timestamp like that
agitation - definitely text, and sometimes a long one ("continuous agitation first 30sec, than one agitation every 2nd minute", "stand development",...)
.

There are only a handful ways used for development normally by one user - the ones he likes and gets good results with, so there would be on the order of tens of entries in the table.

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