If you’re working with a digital still camera, it almost certainly has a USB socket. Using the USB cable supplied with the camera is often the quickest and simplest way to get your photos on to your computer. Although programs like F-Spot (GNU/Linux), included with Ubuntu by default, can help you manage your photo collection, it isn’t strictly necessary to use them. This is because GNU/Linux can access the memory card inside a USB-equipped camera as if it were any other storage device.
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