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Stig Nygaard
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Music listener, lazy hobby photographer and IT nerd
Music listener, lazy hobby photographer and IT nerd

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Any users of +Last.fm here?

I've been nerdy. I've created a #userscript adding album info and links to #scrobbles on last.fm . And yeah, a couple of extra bonus features are also to be found in "Stig's Last.fm Album Linkr"...

If you want to give it a testdrive:
https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/21153-stig-s-last-fm-album-linkr

#lastfm #greasemonkey #tampermonkey #hack #hacking #greasyfork

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30 seconds timelapse of view from the new Inderhavnsbroen bridge...

Yes, I have been a rare guest here on G+ lately. Service is not forgotten, but just don't get much attention at the moment. But to show I'm still kinda active, here's my very first attempt in the #timelapse genre. I used an Astro (http://orderastro.com/) which I got from a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign a few years ago, but haven't actually used until now (although it has been in my photobag on numerous trips and other occasions). It's a smart little device to control the camera for timelapse recording including a slow rotation of the camera during the shooting.

My first attempts is not without beginner mistakes. In this case I had forgotten to turn off bracketing in the camera, causing a third of the photos to be underexposed by 2 steps and another third to be overexposed by 2 steps. But I think I was able to adjust the photos to very much same general level in Camera Raw. However, there's some flicker in the highlights, especially the sky to the left at the beginning of the video. That's because every third image (the overexposed ones) has burned-out highlights.

The Astro was configured to shot one photo per second in 15 minutes while the camera slowly rotated (as I recall) 90 degrees. Camera was shooting raw files with manual exposure and manual focus [But because I had forgotten to turn off bracketing, the shutter speed still varied even though I was shooting in manual mode]. Color temperature was set to auto, but that is easily made consistent in the post-processing. The photos was processed into a 30 frames/second video in Photoshop CC.

Canon EOS 7D Mark II, EF-S 10-22mm @14mm, f/8.0, 1/40 - 1/640s, 100 ISO

#video #CopenhagenHarbour #Copenhagen #Inderhavnsbroen #bridge #scenery #outlook #Denmark #harbour #boats #ships #sailing #summer #motion #speed #fast #photography

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Vintage Fiat 500 sightseeing in Rome...

Sightseeing #selfie in #Rome with nephew, niece, (the other) sister... and a #fisheye lens on the camera.

Great fun "cruising" around in Rome in a real classic vintage #Fiat500 .

Canon EOS 7D Mark II, Samyang 8mm fisheye, 1/160s, unknown aperture, 200 ISO

#photography #vintagecars #classiccars #cinquecento #Italy  

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Floating beauty...

A #jellyfish in #Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco.

Canon EOS 7D Mark II, EF-S 15-85mm @28mm, 1/50s, f/4.5, ISO 3200

#underwater #underwaterphotography #jelly #jellies #colorful #vibrant #fascinating #tentacles #sanfrancisco #deepblue #ocean  

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Completely different...

#musicmonday

You might not recognize it immediately. There's hardly anything left of the original "I'm a Barbie Girl" refrain... But Julie Aagaard's version of this #Aqua #pop #classic is some absolute #fantastic #dark #synthpop ...

#music #danishmusic #barbiegirl #coverversion #newmusic  

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LA night...

Los Angeles at #night seen from the Griffith Observatory. #Hollywood in the foreground, downtown behind.

Canon EOS 7D Mark II, EF-S 15-85mm @73mm, 1/2s, f/5.6, ISO 800

#photography #LosAngeles #nightphotography #cityscape #california #GriffithObservatory #lowlight  

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Golden morning...

From a visit to Jægersborg Dyrehave this morning. Red deers in the golden morning light.

#photography #Denmark #Dyrehaven #RedDeers #wildlife #wildlifephotography #scenery #morning  

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Stig's Flickr Fixr...

In frustration over latest years Flickr-design almost only being focused on people's latest uploads, and an exclusion of uploads from before March 2012, when +Flickr in Spring 2012 added new larger-than-1024px-wide browsing-sizes of photos, I have created Stig's Flickr Fixr - A "userscript" for the desktop browser, which on-the-fly changes the design and functionality of #Flickr in a way that tries to satisfy my needs to see older photos large and have visible and fast access to photographers' albums, teasing photographers' work outside their very latest uploads (Phew, that was a couple of long sentences)...

The two most important features of the script are:

1) Adding an Album-column directly on photographers' photostream pages.
2) On photopages ("normal" or "lightbox" mode), when a photo is only available in browsing-sizes up to 1024px wide, first up-scale the photo to fill browser-window if browser-window has room for larger size. If up-scaled, secondly look for availability of originally uploaded version of photo and - if possible - replace displayed version with this for optimal quality and sharpness.

There are a couple of other features too. Read the short Danish introduction to the tool on

http://www.rockland.dk/show/?post=400

or read the more complete English presentation in the Flickr Hacks forum:

https://www.flickr.com/groups/flickrhacks/discuss/72157655601688753/

Or if I have sold it to you already,  simple go directly to Greasy Fork and install Stig's Flickr Fixr:

https://greasyfork.org/scripts/12008-stig-s-flickr-fixr

(Script requires a browser-extension for handling userscripts, like for example Greasemonkey for Firefox, Tampermonkey for Google Chrome or Violentmonkey for Opera)

#userscript #userscripts #gmscript #greasemonkey #flickrhack #hackingflickr #fixingflickr #greasyfork
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Less Than by Marriages...

#musicmonday

The "Salome" album from US-band "Marriages", is probably my most listened album the last two months. It's a pretty unknown band - well, at least in Denmark. I can't remember ever read about or listened to the LA-based band in the Danish medias. This is a live recording of a song from their 2015 album, which I believe is also their album-debut. A great rock album, and a band to keep an eye on in the future?...

http://marriagesband.com/
https://marriagesmusic.bandcamp.com/

#music #rock #newmusicmonday #newmusic #marriages
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