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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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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DIY Portable RawTherapee In Depth

A brand new “workshop” article,  about making your own portable RawTherapee. Creating RawTherapee Portable in depth. Better explained, solutions for occurring problems, workarounds for issues. Downloadable tools, and more to come later …

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The magical disappearing act with Gimp

Yesterday I posted a new picture of mine on Flickr: Idyllic train station @ Vielsalm : In the original picture there where some disturbing elements like car’s, a container and road signs With Gimp there is an easy way to get rid of them by using the “Healing selection” script…

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RawTherapee’s Portable Issue’s

There still is a problem with making RawTherapee fully portable. External editors, Hald Clut files etc can be set thru preferences or directly in the options file, but “Profiles” don’t come up in the drop down list of RT. Found something about it in the RawPedia, but the article only…

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RawTherapee as part of a Workflow – Basic Picture Development – Detail Tab

The detail tab covers mostly sharpening and noise reduction. Start with activating the sharpening tab, fiddle with radius and amount sliders. See how it affects sharpening and the amount of noise, and try to find a point where both are in balance, and best to your liking. Activating sharpen only…

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