HDR v2.0 or improved HDR – part 3 – Windows and Linux script differences

How to make a script interactive ? In the HDR script I made, most parameters – and especialy for Luminance – are pre set. The only reason is because they work for me, and the output is most to my liking. But sometimes I, and probably you to, want to…

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HDR v2.0 or improved HDR – part 2 – the script

The Script, the Profiles and the How To ( Linux ) : Make or open a ( preferebly ) empty folder to develop the HDR Create document in this folder ( right click in folder, create document ) -> empty file Choose apropriate filename for it ( in my case…

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HDR v2.0 or improved HDR

Updated 9 nov. 2016 Why HDR v2.0 ? HDR, you either like it or you don’t, but if you do, there seems to be a very big difference in what photographers find good or bad HDR. I have been making HDR’s for a few years now, and in that time…

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SharpenFX – a free RawTherapee Profiles set as part of PictureFX

Having a set of HaldCLUTS to give our pictures a personal artistic touch is one thing, but in a normal workflow you probably want to do some basic picture enhancement to. This is where SharpenFX can help ( download below ). In IT/programming it is common to do and make…

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Photography Workflow on Linux – Software

Coming from Windows, Linux software installation is a bit disappointing. Let’s take RawTherpee for example, in Windows choose 32 or 64 bit, choose (any) version, download – double click and install by RT build in installer – nothing to it. And then i didn’t even mention the fact that it’s…

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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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RawTherapee as part of a workflow – picture management and processing

As I wrote before in “workflow”, there is no perfect or the best workflow. Many photographers have more than one workflow, depending on subject or purpose. And even so, picture development software evolves, and gets better in time. As a result of that, pictures taken a few years ago, could…

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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 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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