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PROJEKT wort:rausch

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BELLUM -
The Poetry of Decay

Aschfahle Tage
mein Leben ist ein
Minenfeld

ein herzlahmes Hoffen
im Schatten der
Wundränder

euer Frieden ist mein Krieg

*

Livid days
my life is a
minefield

a heart lame hope in
the shadow of the
wound edges

your peace is my war


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Panasonic DMC-LX7
F/2.8 - 1/200 s - iso 125

Location:
Abandoned factory in Germany
Verlassene Fabrik in Deutschland
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Fabri “fabri66” G.

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Soncino Fantasy 2016 (Soncino, Cremona, Italy)
Sua Maestà il Castello ... la torre est
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Luiz Curcino

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Santa Teresa, Rio
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Pål M. Smørvik

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Hurtigruten "Nordstjernen"
A proud 60 year old ship, who's still going strong at the coast of Norway.
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PROJEKT wort:rausch

Open Source Basics  - 
 
 
TARDUS -
The Poetry of Decay

Am Mittwoch fiel Staub
auf deine Glieder
meine Augen

und die weißen Wände

ich wollte dich wärmen
ineinander schnüren
jede fiebrige Faser
und jedes
Gelenk

und die Nacht kam mit
viel Zeit

und die Zeit wurde langsam

*

On Wednesday dust
fell on your limbs
my eyes

and the white walls

I wanted to keep you warm
lace into each other
every feverish fiber
and every
joint

and the night came with
plenty of time

and the time was slow

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Canon EOS 6D
F/4 - 1/30 s - iso 160

Location:
Abandoned hotel in Germany
Verlassenes Hotel in Deutschland
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Luiz Curcino

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Pål M. Smørvik

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Busted...again...

...this time by a monk...

...time to take a break...
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Patrick David
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I've got an article up on +Opensource.com today!
PIXLS.US is a dedicated location for free software photographers to discuss and share their work.
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Jed Reynolds

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#gimp 2.9.4
We have just released the second development version of GIMP in the 2.9.x series. GIMP 2.9.4 features revamped look and feel, major improvements in color management, as well as production-ready MyPaint Brush tool, symmetric painting, and split preview for GEGL-based filters.
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can darktable-cli be used from the command line, from a Mac or Linux terminal window to batch edit multiple RAW files?

For focus stacking of multiple images it's useful to manually edit the first RAW image in a stack and then to apply the same edits to all other RAW images in the stack--before using focus stacking software to recreate the entire stack as a single image.

I do this with the command line interface to UFRAW. I'm searching for a similar method to use with Darktable. Apparently there are menu-driven ways to do this in Darktable, perhaps involving "styles." I'm hoping for a command line way to do this. 
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The command line is powerful because commands can then be embedded inside a Bash Perl or Python script, thereby turning a long series of steps into a single keystroke. Edit a RAW file manually with UFRAW and save a *.ppm file. Now loop through all RAW files in the stack, automagically applying the same editing sequence and converting to *.tif on the fly. Shave off a configurable border, if needed (when using closeup rings I often get a semi-chaotic 1-3 pixel black border around the image--which confuses subsequent stacking steps). Now start up ZereneStacker (or HeliconFocus if you want) with *.tif as an incoming parameter, so it's ready to rock'n roll on the stacking part. Doing all of that with the mouse and interactive menus would be error prone and time consuming. The command line is powerful, for programmers anyway. :=))

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Pål M. Smørvik

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Norwegian wood

In Lofoten
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Patrick David
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I've published my tutorial on creating and editing a chiaroscuro style portrait over at https://pixls.us (raw file included)! Come check it out and share your results with everyone!

#GIMP #FOSS #photography
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Dario M. (Darko)

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Tomioka 55mm 1,4, a really nice, old lens.
Shoot at 1.4 1/50 ISO100
Edited in Darktable
 
Piccola prova di dual tone.
Fallita miseramente :)
Il risultato, però, non mi dispiace :D
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Red green and yellow with a little of white. An attempt, failed, obviously :D, to obtaine a dual tone look.
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Pål M. Smørvik

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Hurtigruten "Kong Harald" outside Svolvær, Lofoten.
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Padre Ambrogio Ciotta

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La Gabbia
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PROJEKT wort:rausch

Open Source Basics  - 
 
 
CONSILIUM -
The Poetry of the Moment

Wie sollen wir schlafen zwischen den
Gleisen

Gedankenzüge teilen
Erinnerungen

ich halte mich an deinen Formen
zurück bleibt ein
Wagnis

du nennst es Hoffnung

und das schönste Wort
verborgen tief unter meiner Zunge

*

How should we sleep between the
tracks

trains of thoughts split
memories

I stick to your forms a risk
remains

you call it hope

and the most beautiful word
hidden deep beneath my tongue


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Panasonic DMC-LX7
F/2.8 - 1/1000 s - iso 80

Location:
Somewhere in Vienna
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FotoNut NZ

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DT | RT | L-HDR | Gimp

Took a bit of time, but I think I got there in the end.

It was shot I took a couple of years back in this very remote part of New Zealand's North Island, over Christmas (which oddly enough is our summertime).

In the remote Te Urewera National Park lies Lake Waikeremoana
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Thanks +Patrick David, much appreciated! I'm redefining my workflow slightly and discovering new tools at the same time.
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FotoNut NZ

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Hi all,

I've just discovered this minimal FOSS web-browser which seems to hold a lot of potential, but is still a work in progress.

Why I bring this up is that someone has suggested a default color management mode which, at least for Linux users, would allow the browser to automatically respect the monitor profile in 'Colors'. Other OS could also be supported too.

This would be, at least IMO, a huge step forward for any photographer needing a web-browser that is color-managed out of the box.

If you think this is a great idea, follow the link and support the enhancement.

https://minbrowser.github.io/min/tour/
Tabs. Click on the current tab to open the searchbar. Swipe up on a tab to delete it (or press ⌘+W). Tabs you haven't looked at in a while fade out, and brighten again when you click on them. Search. The searchbar shows information from DuckDuckGo, including Wikipedia entries, a calculator, ...
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Pål M. Smørvik

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Red lll
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Joseph Debattista

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Timeless
© Joseph Debattista
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