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Due to a Flickr bug, lots of contact´s photos can´t be seen. If you use Firefox, this is a Mozilla script which solves the problem. Just install it :)) / Debido a un error en Flickr, muchas de las fotos de la página de contactos no aparecen. Para los que utilizáis Firefox, os dejo un script de Mozilla que resuelve el problema. Simplemente hay que instalarlo

  

Sagres (Portugal).

 

Sigma 10-20mm + Cokin filter : GND8

  

Me han publicado un artículo en la revista Foto DNG de este mes. Si queréis echar un vistazo podéis descargarla aquí :)))

 

Please don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission. © All rights reserved

Praia de Castelejo, Vila do Bispo, Portugal.

 

Canon 30D + Sigma 10-20mm + Cokin GND8 (P120) + Cokin Graduated Tobacco (P124)

 

jcroldanphoto.com/

 

To solve the Flickr Contacts Problems, you can use this greasemonkey script for Firefox: userscripts.org/scripts/show/22781

Para resolver los problemas de los contactos de Flickr, podeis usar este script de Greasemonkey para Firefox: userscripts.org/scripts/show/22781

Due to a Flickr bug, lots of contact´s photos can´t be seen. If you use Firefox, this is a Mozilla script which solves the problem. Just install it :)) / Debido a un error en Flickr, muchas de las fotos de la página de contactos no aparecen. Para los que utilizáis Firefox, os dejo un script de Mozilla que resuelve el problema. Simplemente hay que instalarlo

  

Playa de Mareta, Sagres (Portugal).

 

Sigma 10-20mm + Cokin filter : GND8

  

Me han publicado un artículo en la revista Foto DNG de este mes. Si queréis echar un vistazo podéis descargarla aquí :)))

 

Please don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission. © All rights reserved

for all you firefox/greasemonkey users, this is the coolest thing: userscripts.org/scripts/show/22781

 

it will put a little red box around the photos on your contacts page, so that you know when flickr is not showing their most recent post!

 

all credit goes to VickerMonkee for leading me to this great feature!

Due to a Flickr bug, lots of contact´s photos can´t be seen. If you use Firefox, this is a Mozilla script which solves the problem. Just install it :)) / Debido a un error en Flickr, muchas de las fotos de la página de contactos no aparecen. Para los que utilizáis Firefox, os dejo un script de Mozilla que resuelve el problema. Simplemente hay que instalarlo

 

Lago de Atitlán desde Panajachel (Guatemala).

 

Sigma 10-20mm + Cokin filter : GND8

 

Me han publicado un artículo en la revista Foto DNG de este mes. Si queréis echar un vistazo podéis descargarla aquí :)))

 

Please don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission. © All rights reserved

  

In the Sagrada Família by Antoni Gaudí

 

Made it to Explore #96 on Tuesday, March 10, 2009 (courtesy of Photo Rank and/or Scout)

11th image for my Fountain Collection..one more and I will have a calendar...

 

Florabella Textures; Lustre bw soft light 62%; White Linen Overlay 56%; and Vignette overlay 73% and Soulful Dusk til Dawn Vintage "Soulful Dawn" action

 

UPDATE: so now I can type here..(i disabled Rich Text Edit)..but of course, now I don't have that handy "LINK" feature..which is what I like about the RTE script..I know there is an updated version of the script somewhere, but like I said, I have lost all my bookmarked stuff etc....so if someone can give me the link to that new fixed up script...it would be appreciated..! ;-D

OH and I found a cool script that makes a magnifying glass that you can use on peoples pics to see enlarged: here is the link to the script:

 

6v8.gamboni.org/Flickr-Photo-Magnifier.html

 

see I have to just paste the script now instead of putting the words "Magnifying Glass" and turning it into a clickable link..I don't do html too much...time consuming! and so many little symbols and crap!

  

AH HA:; thank you Wink for the link to the latest Rich Text Edit..to those of you who had same problem..disable or uninstall your latest version of RTE and then install this one

Handmade little chairs made by a Sardinian artisan

 

Best Viewed on Black (?)

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, Key Biscayne, FL

 

View the pink sunset large on black.

 

Flickr is having serious hiccups lately. Due to a Flickr bug, lots of contacts photos can´t be seen or aren't being updated. If you are using Firefox, there is a Mozilla script available, which solves the problem in such a way as to highlighting the photos in your contacts that are outdated. Go ahead and install it... :-)

Brickell at Night, Miami, FL

 

I've been to this spot fairly often, but never saw such a clear reflection, I guess a combination of relatively calm weather and low tide.

 

I wanted to get a more interesting foreground, i.e. hoped to find a few rocks to spice things up a bit, but it was sooooo muddy... and pitch black. I was worried to whether get stuck in the mud or fall over one of the rocks I was looking for.

 

Here is a large view on black.

 

Flickr is having serious hiccups lately. Due to a Flickr bug, lots of contacts photos can´t be seen or aren't being updated. If you are using Firefox, there is a Mozilla script available, which solves the problem in such a way as to highlighting the photos in your contacts that are outdated. Go ahead and install it... :)

Village by the Bay, Aventura, FL

 

View the reflections large on black.

 

Flickr is having serious hiccups lately. Due to a Flickr bug, lots of contacts photos can´t be seen or aren't being updated. If you are using Firefox, there is a Mozilla script available, which solves the problem in such a way as to highlighting the photos in your contacts that are outdated. Go ahead and install it... :)

If you go down to these woods today, well you're sure of a big surprise. I think something spooky might be lurking about. Something spooky and sad - or someone spooky and sad. A clown maybe. Or Christopher Walken. Or Christopher Walken in a clown suit. He's scary. He's got the saderessness happening. Watch out. That's all I'm saying.

 

There could be mutant Australian bunnies, too. Really. It's that spooky.

 

Come check out all the saderessness going down @ sad bokeh fridays. Or Christopher Walken will get you.

 

Oh and, because I meant to and forgotted: View On Black Or you know who will get you.

 

P.S. If you're as disenchanted with the new flickr homepage as I was, check this greasedonkeymoneky script out. I lurvs it. It helps with the saderessness.

I hate that purple Yahoo toolbar above the header menu so I wrote two lines of CSS to remove it and packaged it up as a Userscript (for use with Greasemonkey and Tampermonkey). You can install the Userscript here: monkeyguts.com/code.php?nav=descr&id=662.

 

Cannon Beach, OR

 

View it on Tumblr.

Larger on white

 

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#357 in interestingness (on 2008-09-09)

 

Basic exposure: f/16, 0.013 sec (1/80), ISO 100, 12 mm

Location: Borgercompagnie-Noord, Hoogezand-Sappemeer (Gr.), The Netherlands.

 

Processing info for newbies: Manual blending - layer masks - from several variations of a single exposure.

 

The following basic steps are taken into account when working towards an end-result - from camera import to posting a low-res version. Depending on some in-camera settings here are the steps some have been asking for:

 

1. convert to sRGB mode

there's no need for Adobe RGB.

2. Lens correction

you and I may not need it, but sometimes I like to straighten things up.

3. crop

14:9 ratio being my personal preferable format. Yours may differ.

4. modest pre-sharpening

don't exaggerate clearly visible noise, otherwise reverse steps 4 - 5 and forgo step 8.

5. noise reduction

artistic choice, not a necessity. Sometimes I like to add film grain instead.

6. toning

changing white-balance, selective coloring or color contrast enhancements.

7. Burn & Dodge

emphasize shadows and lights to your needs. I forgo the standard tools and use B/W brushes on a 50% gray filled layer in Overlay mode instead.

8. after-sharpening

don't overdo. Take care of 100% white halos around edges, especially with the High-Pass filter. Too enthusiastic usage will result in spit-ugly optic grayish areas throughout your image.

9. contrast curve

mostly linear to medium in Luminosity layer mode, just because I like curves.

10. editable hi-res storage

personally I like to store 16-bit Photoshop files for all sorts of printing purposes when needed. Someone may ask for a customized version tomorrow..

 

Depending on your working mode, convert to 8-bit, resize and shave down to your preferable low-res format - to prevent shameless thieves from getting away with your hi-res work. One final slight sharpening for the extra awe from Flickr friends.

 

Between steps 6 - 8 - actually it could be anywhere - sometimes other effects happen to occur to spice up my end-result.

 

This all seems an awful lot of work to some - from whom I got questions almost daily - but basically it isn't when certain steps obviously become routine. Also note that I like to process everything that's coming from a lousy camera-sensor anyway, full-frame or not. That said you may conclude that I'm not a photography purist and I don't pretend to be. Instead I'm simply an image maker and it's not even my sole intent to reproduce reality in any way. I do this stuff both personally and professionally for many years and I still love to experiment and learn as much as I can.

 

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Clean Stream Comment Policy: I like to read personal words instead of Automatic lines, which were lamely picked from a dropdown-box without any other effort to be taken. The latter won't be valued and will be removed. If my work just doesn't bother you, no hard feelings, just move on.

 

If you like my work, faving or leaving a personal note is all it takes, really.

 

Also having trouble digging through all these pesty group awards to extract those scarce clean comments someone personally wrote? The Flickr No Award Greasemonkey script hides them all and works like a charm. Warning: when installed, changes are you're staring at an empty stream :)

 

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If you use #1. Firefox www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/ browser... you can add this cool stuff to make Flickr more fun via #2. Greasemonkey (add this after you download Firefox addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/748) add-ons. Then you can add any or all of these add-ons :) Have fun! #3. digital-photography-school.com/blog/10-really-useful-flic...

 

I had some of these before, but in the course of looking for something yesterday, I found these as well. I tried most of them out...and really like them, so thought I would put the links here. I always hate trying to find this stuff. It has a cool slide bar that you can make pics appear on a solid black or solid white background, or any color grey between just by using a slide bar to the left of each photo. The AUTO PAGE is super handy! Lots of toys!

 

Since I have had a couple FM's about this...let me clarify. :D You need to install FIREFOX browser (basic) AND GREASEMONKEY first...BEFORE you can go to the last link #3 ADDONS... They describe each of the 10 addons...so if you think it is something you would use then download it. It's very easy, and the nice thing is, if you do not use or like it, you can simply uncheck it by the little "monkey face" in the corner of your screen and disable any items you do not like.

user: fRedi

 

equipment: canon eos 1000d | tripod

lens: tokina atx 12-24mm f/4 dx

flash: -

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greasemonkey 4 firefox | addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi groupsender | userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

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Morning Friends~~.This is a little something different from me..Hope you enjoy this.

If any of you like the format of my photos, here is the script for it that my sweet friend gave me but it have to be installed only if you use firefox---or chrome--and of course use greasemonkey--it is---userscript.org scripts/show/174999

user: fRedi

 

frandi-shooters currently consists only of fRedi, andi now has his own account.

check this: www.flickr.com/photos/andivszf/

  

notice: photostream on black - better view!

   

equipment: canon eos 1000d | tripod

lens: tokina atx 12-24mm f/4 dx

flash: -

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greasemonkey 4 firefox | addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi groupsender | userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

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A detail of the beautiful installation GUESTS by Krzysztof Wodiczko in the Polish Pavillion at the 2009 Venice Biennale.

 

Made it to Explore #124 on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 (courtesy of Photo Rank and/or Scout).

user: fRedi

 

equipment: canon eos 1000d | tripod

lens: tokina atx 12-24mm f/4 dx

flash: -

comment: long exposure | 60sec.

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greasemonkey 4 firefox | addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi groupsender | userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

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copyright © Mim Eisenberg/mimbrava studio. All rights reserved.

 

I was standing on my patio when I first noticed this moth hanging onto the bark of a loblolly pine snag. It looked like two perfectly symmetrical yellow leaves. When I approached, it flew down to the ground, and that's where I took these shots of this life and property moth. It stayed pretty much immobile for the whole rest of the day. The next morning, it was gone.

  

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A rant:

I'd been commenting on the Flickr Gut Reaction and Second Impression threads (both of which are now closed and replaced by the New Page thread in the Help Forum; see below for link) regarding the new format that Flickr has imposed on us. Except that it is now easier to add photos to groups, I do not like anything about the change.

 

Among the many things that I don't like:

• One could always have seen the larger view by clicking All Sizes. Now the images just clutter up the screen and on small monitors, such as on laptops, one must scroll to see the rest of an image; there's no way to see the whole photo all at once. That is NO WAY for a photo site to display photos!

• It takes multiple clicks to do what had been done previously with one.

* The "newer" and "older" arrows are reversed; perhaps the person who designed that feature was left-handed or dyslexic.

• Pool administration is more difficult because one cannot edit the invitation script and after making the invitation one must then go to the comment box to personalize it. I haven't yet found a script that will remove the invitations from between the bottom of the primary image and the first comment. I certainly do not like that when I use the secondary image it is now separated from my primary one. At least the invitations disappear once one clicks "Okay, add it" or "No, thanks."

• Adding to Galleries is now a ridiculously complicated process. Before, I could add a photo to the gallery and then, in the pop-up window, go directly to the gallery to add a description of why I added it or to rearrange the photos. I currently have 75 galleries. When I add a photo to one, I now have to add it, refresh the page, then go to my photostream, find the galleries, then go page by page by page by page to find the gallery I just added the photo to before I can do what I had done before with one click. It is such a PITA!

 

If you're on Facebook and use Greasemonkey and you don't like the title below the photo in the new format, install this Move Title script:

userscripts.org/scripts/show/79946

 

If you want the avatars in the comments to be the larger size they'd been previously, use this script:

userscripts.org/scripts/show/82331

It will also present, below the photo, a ribbon of avatars of those who've faved it. The faves will no longer be taking up space in the area of the comments.

 

Use Favourites-Horizontal to clear out the newly introduced 'Favourite' messages in the comment area.

userscripts.org/scripts/show/82331

 

You can see other scripts here:

www.flickr.com/groups/flickrhacks/discuss/72157624218379943/

 

And if any of you have found other scripts you think would be of interest, please post them in the comments.

 

You can contribute your thoughts about the new format here:

www.flickr.com/help/forum/en-us/72157624648907326/page14/

or whatever page it will be up to.

Not that it will do much good, since the new format is here to stay, with all its added clicks and inelegant appearance.

 

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EDIT:

In the New Page thread, I copied a good suggestion by Not Quite Me. This is it:

 

[http://www.flickr.com/photos/48971431@N06/]--You said, "I think it is time for Flickr to open some new topics. Each one should focus on each hate/gripe or logical combination of gripes.

 

For each topic they can say why they decided to make the relevant change and how they thought it would benefit Flickr members.

They can then say why they still thought it was a good idea to go ahead with the change after weeks of feedback.

They can tell us what they now think after all the feedback they have had since yesterday.

They can tell us that they are going to address the problem and how they propose to do it, or that they think we are wrong and why and that they don’t intend to do anything about it.

If they say they are going to put it right they can give us a timescale.

 

To keep the topics uncomplicated, all posts should be directed to Flickr staff only and be answered by Flickr staff only. Flicker staff SHOULD answer.

 

They could start right now as they have had weeks to think about it."

 

That is a great idea.

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EDIT #2

Another idea would be to call Yahoo's key executives.

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See my shots on fluidr:

www.fluidr.com/photos/mimbrava

 

I invite you to stroll through My Galleries.

user: fRedi

 

equipment: canon eos 1000d | tripod

lens: tokina atx 100mm f/2.8 macro

flash: canon speedlite 430ex II

 

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greasemonkey 4 firefox | addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi groupsender | userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

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No doubt one too many, but I'm in a green mood, y'know :-)

 

Made it to Explore #104 on Thursday, July 30, 2009 (courtesy of Photo Rank and/or Scout)

user: fRedi

equipment: canon eos 1000D | tripod

lens: canon ef 50mm f/1.8 II

 

recommendation:

 

greasemonkey 4 firefox

addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi group sender

userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

 

user: fRedi

 

equipment: canon eos 1000d | hand

lens: tokina atx 100mm f/2.8 macro

flash: -

 

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greasemonkey 4 firefox | addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi groupsender | userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

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the small tornado that was developed for 30 seconds and then breaks up.

 

jurong east

35mm

1343hrs

soundtrack: Mastodon - Sleeping Giant

 

please install Greasemonkey and Flickr Soundtrack to experience my photos

Sometimes the story of getting the shot is more interesting than the photo itself!

 

So there I am, kneeling behind a stand of low bushes, trying to hide myself from a pair of Blue Herons, waiting for them to yet again engage in rowdy behavior. I have the long lens mounted, of course.

 

Suddenly there is movement in front of me, in the bushes. A very large moth -- identified to me as White Lines Sphinx Moth by Bananaman33428 is flitting about, looking for juicy nectar. The MFD of the long lens is about 9', and I'm closer to the bushes than that. I grab some shots, knowing the lens can't focus that close. I try scootching back, hoping the moth will stay in place. As I'm moving back the moth flits a bit forward, bringing it approximately into focusing range. I fire off a bunch of shots. Most were just a tad blurry. This was the best of the bunch, and not too bad. The moth was in place probably ten - fifteen seconds...and then long gone.

 

NOTE: If you work in groups and don't use Internet Explorer, you owe it to yourself to check out the script named FLICKR GROUPS LARGER IMAGE PREVIEW. It makes group work MUCH easier.

userscripts.org/scripts/show/66717

 

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Nikon D300. 1/1600th @ f / 13. EV = 1 2/3. ISO = 800. Tamron 200 - 500, shot at 450 mm. Mulit-point AF. WB = sun. Photographed September 12, 2010 along the West Shoreline of Cedar Lake.

Taken in Montelparo, in the Marche.

 

See a similar view and the reverse one by pizzodisevo.

 

Made it to Explore #321 on Wednesday, September 23, 2009 (courtesy of Photo Rank and/or Scout).

user: fRedi

equipment: canon eos 1000d | hand

lens: tokina atx 12-24mm f/4 dx

  

recommendation:

 

greasemonkey 4 firefox

addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi group sender

userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

 

user: fRedi

equipment: canon eos 1000D | tripod

lens: canon ef 50mm f/1.8 II

 

recommendation:

 

greasemonkey 4 firefox

addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi group sender

userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

 

user: fRedi

 

equipment: canon eos 1000d | tripod

lens: tokina atx 12-24mm f/4 dx | pol-filter

flash: -

 

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greasemonkey 4 firefox | addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/748

 

flickr multi groupsender | userscripts.org/scripts/show/1543

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K20D • Sigma 17-70mm f:2.8-4.5 DC Macro

 

A way to see Flickr in Black : Greasemonkey and Flickr in mostly Black...

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