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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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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“Die Hard” HDR’s possible with Open Source Software ?

See also @ Flickr : https://www.flickr.com/photos/pentaxianbelgium/16878789781/ Yard cranes. Yet another “die hard” HDR. Partly developed with RawTherapee 4.2.73 HC ( Hald CLUT – http://www.digicrea.be/downloads/my-downloads/ ) to TIFF – only exposure and auto levels. Sometimes i use the graduated filter to make the sky more dramatic, and start tone mapping before…

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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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