Enfuse Simple Fusion Reactor

The “Enfuse Simple Fusion” batch file is already a few days completely ready. The code of the batch file will let you see that many more options are possible. But writing and creating instructional videos etc takes more time than I thought. Because of that, i created a compiled version…

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Fusion Technology – Converting Images

Fusion Technology with Enfuse, Hugin and my batch files. This writing should have been the first part, because, if you are aligning images with Hugin, and afterwards going to blend them with Enfuse, you need usable images first. So, if you work with RAW images out of the camera, you…

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Fusion Technology with Enfuse, Hugin and my batch files.

For the following article, and because i am in the process of scripting and testing, i will need to come back on it for further updates and adjustments. When its whole enough to make a page in the workshop section, i will add a page for it with all the…

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Enfused Picture Example

This shot was made with the two following pictures further below. As you can see, the *first version looks like a mirror of this one : * https://www.flickr.com/photos/pentaxianbelgium/18391403945/ The end result of an infused picture actually depends completely on the inputted pictures. In the first attempt, the pictures where both mirror…

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Fusion Technology ?

Let’s talk about fusion technology. No, not nuclear fusion, but photo-digital fusion. There is a nifty tool called “Enfuse”. This is what I found about it @ http://wiki.panotools.org/Enfuse quote : “Enfuse is a command-line program used to merge different exposures of the same scene to produce an image that looks…

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A different HDR software comparison

I had my first contact with HDR about 7/8 years ago. With HDR it’s just you like it or you don’t. I liked it alot. Mind blowing colors and the striking details were the things that attracted me the most. So, not really photo-realistic, but more surreal was my thing.…

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Blending with Gimp ( updated 28/11/2014 )

Found a nice tutorial about blending with Gimp. It’s presented in an understandable manner and made easy to implement on your own pictures. Keep in mind when reading, that blending can be done from top to bottom, but also the other way around – from left to right and visa…

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