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 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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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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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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