Anna Kendrick – Miss me when I’m Gone – aka Cups Song (chords)

Having seen a few versions of this on the internet that were wrong i thought i would work out my own version.

[C]I got my ticket for the long way ’round
[F]Two bottle ‘a whiskey for the [C]way
[F]And I sure would like some sweet [C]company
[G]And I’m leaving tomorrow, wha-do-ya [C]say?

[Am]When I’m gone
[G]When I’m gone
[F]You’re gonna miss me when I’m [C]gone
[F]You’re gonna miss me by my hair
[C]You’re gonna miss me everywhere, oh
[G]You’re gonna miss me when I’m [C]gone

[C]I’ve got my ticket for the long way ’round
[F]The one with the prettiest of [C]views
[F]It’s got mountains, it’s got rivers, it’s got [C]sights to give you shivers
[G]But it sure would be prettier with [C]you

[Am]When I’m gone
[G]When I’m gone
[F]You’re gonna miss me when I’m [C]gone
[F]You’re gonna miss me by my walk
[C]You’re gonna miss me by my talk, oh

[G]You’re gonna miss me when I’m [C]gone

You can see it played with these chords here

New Camera – Canon EOS 650D (aka Kiss X6i) – Linux and pink ufraw fun!

I was super happy to recently upgrade to the new Canon 650D. Waited for them to arrive in the country, and the right deal before the purchase.
I happily snapped pics and video all the way home, boy was i impressed. The shutter speed was almost twice the speed of my old 450D, and the video spectacular.
I got home, plugged in the SD card to my laptop, and …..AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH PINK!

A Quick google shoes that the pink overlay created by dcraw and ufraw . I the latest version of dcraw easily compiled and had the problems fixed, no major deal. It was a single dcraw.cc and easily compiled.

However, in saying that, i generally use ufraw due to ufraw-batch due to more options and previously posted HDR script, so i was a bit disappointed that there was no patch.
So i downloaded the code for ufraw-0.18 , grepped for strings, found some entries for similar cameras, duplicated the settings. I then checked images for unique identifiers and updated with the correct values. A Couple of compiles later and i have a working ufraw !

Anyway, after all that, i found the cvs version of ufraw now has it patched already, so bit of wasted time, but in case anyone else wants a working copy here is my one http://lizquilty.com/uploads/ufraw-0.18-650D.tar.gz
This is compiled on/for 64bit machine, so if you are using otherwise you will need to recompile. If you are running debian you will need to run this to compile

apt-get install libgtk2.0-dev liblcms-dev libgimp2.0-dev libtiff-dev libjpeg62-dev libpng12-dev libexiv2-dev zlib1g-dev libbz2-dev libgtkimageview-dev

Untar, cd ufraw-18-650D/ ; ./configure && make ; ./ufraw file.CR2 . Once that is going just replace the system copy (or make install?)

More instructions at http://ufraw.sourceforge.net/Install.html

Update:

In case you have a Canon camera and need to add support, its fairly easy. Basically it needs to be told to decode it as a CR2 and what default settings.
Grab a copy of the source, and edit dcraw.cc . Search for a string for a camera similar to your own, i used the Canon 550D, so searched for 550D. You will find code that looks like this

{ "Canon EOS 550D", 0, 0x3dd7,
{ 6941,-1164,-857,-3825,11597,2534,-416,1540,6039 } },

This is the default make/model/and a few other settings shown from above it. Copy/paste the lines changing the model (you can tweak them later if you think they are vastly wrong)

Further down you will see

} else if (is_canon && raw_width == 5344) {
top_margin = 51;
left_margin = 142;
if (unique_id == 0x80000270)
adobe_coeff ("Canon","EOS 550D");
goto canon_cr2;
} else if ....

Again, copy/paste a new else if statement, change the model number. The raw_width/margins/unique_id are in a photo you can get off your camera. Use exiftool to grab the exif data from an image and replace it with the correct items. The main thing to get right is the unique_id .

Save and exit that file now and open up wb_presets.c . Again search for the model similar to your own and you will find something similar to this
{ "Canon", "EOS 550D", Daylight, 0, { 2.1426, 1, 1.5488, 0 } },
{ "Canon", "EOS 550D", Shade, 0, { 2.4619, 1, 1.3193, 0 } },
{ "Canon", "EOS 550D", Cloudy, 0, { 2.3066, 1, 1.4258, 0 } },
{ "Canon", "EOS 550D", Tungsten, 0, { 1.5264, 1, 2.3428, 0 } },
{ "Canon", "EOS 550D", WhiteFluorescent, 0, { 1.9072, 1, 2.1973, 0 } },
{ "Canon", "EOS 550D", Flash, 0, { 2.3701, 1, 1.4141, 0 } },

These are just the white balance for different settings based on the camera, feel free to adjust or use them however you want, it may take a recompile or two to get it right. Make sure you change the model name!
Once that is done, compile! that was all there was too it.

HDR using Linux, in bulk, via Command Line

HDR
Have been playing with HDR after going out doing some photography. Problem was that i was having to do the entire process of merging all images before i even knew if i had a viable image to do some ‘making pretty’ too.

I figured, i should be able to script this, how hard can it be?

Turns out, fairly easy!

First i removed any images that were not part of an HDR sequence, so all HDR were left and in numeric order. Then I made a dir for each ‘set’ of 3 images and moved them into that using the following shell script

n=0; y=1 ; for i in *.CR2 ; do  mkdir hdr-${y} ; n=$(($n+1)) ;echo image number $n ;  mv $i hdr-$y/ \
if [ $n -gt 2 ] ; then echo resetting $n and $y ; n=0;y=$(($y+1)); fi ;  done

I then found this script which saved me having to write anything else much http://linuxdarkroom.tassy.net/hdr-creation-script/ .This does require a few things installed as dependencies, but nothing overly major.

Now making and HDR is as simple as running

for i in  Photos/2012/06/HDR-hamilton-gardens/* ; do echo doing $i ; ./createHDR.sh $i ; done

Bingo, now i have 40 or so HDR automatically generated as an xcf in gimp, with a layer for each effect so i can open them all, weed out the crap and tweak anything else!

I did end up editing the script since i did not like the default end result, i found i kept changing the fattal layer to be a HARDLIGHT_MODE instead of OVERLAY so it had a stronger feel, then i also added in the following to take down the brightness and saturation.

 (gimp-brightness-contrast fattallayer -60 15)
(gimp-hue-saturation fattallayer 0 0 0 -20)

HDR