too bright (#366)
Camera: Canon EOS 450D | ISO : 100 | Focal Length: 55.0 mm | Aperture: 5.6 | Shutter Speed : 1/160
Yesterday I edited the pictures that I took on Sunday. There definitely were some nice ones in the bunch like the picture I posted yesterday or this one here. It was getting late already and the sun stood low. It made shooting quite difficult, because it was a little chilly in the shade and a bit too bright in the sun to take pictures. The only way to go was to turn the problem into the subject. The two of them were just as blinded as I was.
And now some geekery that might curl your toes:
My new theme doesn’t show the exif information for the picture, so I decided to extract it from the picture via exiftool and then copy and paste the line into the post. Exiftool formats the output with some spaces and line breaks though and I wanted to remove the line breaks and substitute them for pipes. In the end I came up with this command line geekism:
exiftool -Model -ISO -FocalLength -Aperture -ShutterSpeed FILENAME | sed 's/Model Name//g' | sed 's/ //g' | tr '\n' '|' | sed 's/|/ | /g' | sed 's/Model Name//g' | sed s/..$//
And yes, this was the wood chopping approach to bash scripting, since I was chopping the output into shape without any consideration for the code to be pretty or lean. And if you now say “What the …?” then don’t worry. There is really no need for this to make any sense whatsoever.