Having no answers for the question back then I did some research on the issue and found out that it could indeed be done with the LR2/Mogrify plugin.
Here is a highlight about what you will need to use this plugin
A couple of days ago I have installed the beta version of Windows 7 to give it a try and it ships with Internet Explorer 8 so I thought I should try that one too.
Without going into a browser review IE 8 looks like a nice browser with a lot of the functions similar to firefox however when I logged to flickr I understood why firefox was my browser of choice and it can be summarized in one word “Greasemonkey“.
Greasemonkey is a plugin for the Firefox that allows you to change how web-pages behave and/or look by simply installing userscripts.
Today I will share with you, in no particular order, the list of userscripts I use to customize my flickr experience.
Oh my God, I missed Saturday Links fever and the flickr round by a few days!
This lag is due to a project at work that is keeping me sleepless but I promise I would have caught up by Wednesday.
In the meantime I want to let you know that Canon Digital Photo Professional ” ((“DPP”))” 126.96.36.199 is now available for download with some real nice improvements.
This download is NOT yet an official Canon release and available only for Microsoft Windows OS.
A very quick note for those planning to buy the new Canon EOS 450D. The English manual is now available from Canon website.
It’s at the bottom of the Guides and Manuals section in the Drivers and Download page.
You can also download it directly through this link
I don’t own a Nikon D300 but I am sure many of you do or are thinking of buying one.
I stumbled today on a wonderful thread at DPReview full of resources that will help anyone still struggling with the D300 or about to buy one.
I found this compilation really informative and thought it might interest you so here it is