Fusion with Enfuse – making a simple batch script for Linux

Altough recently published, my article about photography software for Linux was started 2 – 3 weeks ago. One of the writings was about Exposure Blending, a Kipi plugin that failed to work in my Xubuntu. Because blending images is something I often do, I needed a solution soon. Before on…

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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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Enfuse Simple Fusion – the batch file – updated 14/7/2015

I created the ESF batch file and wrote this article because I was so frustrated on what I found on command line examples for Enfuse on the internet. Most of them were not complete and/or didn’t’ work at all, many had errors. At a certain point I contacted the Enfuse…

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