RawTherapee as part of a workflow – Scripts and Command line III

In this part of “RawTherapee as part of a workflow”, we are going to make custom profiles. The easiest way to do that is to create one first in RT. Open a picture and use the “auto levels” button. Save this profile in the profile folder with filename : auto levels.pp3…

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RawTherapee as part of a workflow – Scripts and Command line II

RawTherapee and command line, what can you expect from this article ? Well, certainly not what you can find somewhere else. Simple to understand instructions on how and where. No examples that don’t work and no one can understand, but only ( when the instructions have been followed ) working…

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RawTherapee as part of a workflow – Scripts and Command line

In the first two articles, picture management and processing I & II, I wrote about making a shorter workflow, a better efficiency in storage, and gaining speed and computer memory. This gain could be made by using RawTherapee different, First, like using RT directly as viewer and developer. Simply said…

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RawTherapee as part of a workflow – picture management and processing II

Many photographers ask me why I still use the command line to develop images. I have to admit, while running a modern operating system like Windows 7, 8 or even 10, the use of the command line can look like something from the stone age. Yet, command line and scripts…

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RawTherapee extracting problems for creating a portable version

The problems started from version 4.2.265 When using innoextract.exe, the extraction fails when hitting the Nikon DC200 file. Same problem occurs with all versions from 4.2.265 up. This extraction problem is reported @ https://github.com/Beep6581/RawTherapee/issues At this point its uncertain if the problem lays with RT or innoextract. Two days ago…

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RawTherapee as part of a workflow – picture management and processing

As I wrote before in “workflow”, there is no perfect or the best workflow. Many photographers have more than one workflow, depending on subject or purpose. And even so, picture development software evolves, and gets better in time. As a result of that, pictures taken a few years ago, could…

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Enfuse Simple Fusion script – Working with Enfuse made simple.

This is my final version, I think 🙂 Two different downloads, two new names. ESF Phase IV Generator ESF Phase IV Reactor ESF stands for Enfuse Simple Fusion Phase Four (IV), the script evolved four times. Generator means it generates images, but like an electric generator needs fuel, this one…

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How to get the best of HDR and a normal exposed image ?

Many people do not like to see HDR and its surrealistic unreal images. But there is no other way to get those details in lighter and darker parts in some images. The problem is not to overdo the HDR effect ( guilty as charged 🙂 ) But there is another…

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22 Enfuse Fusion Output Results – and the Enfuse batch code for it

22 Enfuse fusion output results, done with different parameters/values. The fusion is made from 5 different exposed images, one original, one -1.5, +1.5, -2.5, and +2.5 All images @ Flickr Album : https://www.flickr.com/photos/133732885@N08/sets/72157655563753089 add 18/7/2015 To make this series of output tests, I altered the original ESF script a bit. Below…

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