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#1 Enrico Engelmann

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 07:51 PM

I have just uploaded the updated version of the page which contains the algorythm I use to create my HDR pictures (or sort of HDR)!
Now it is much faster and it allows to correct shifts (but not rotations, which must be corrected in advance with some external tool, I use Faststone)!
If you like, take a look and try it out: http://www.milanofot...ografiaHDR.aspx

Comments and suggestions are welcome, since I want to improve it more and more with the passing of time!

Below a picture obtained using my page!

 

Sant%20Angelo%2019.jpg

 


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#2 Enrico Engelmann

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Posted 15 November 2014 - 11:45 AM

I have now updated and improved the page. In particular there is now a new gradient shape, expecially useful with images containing bright low contrast parts. 


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#3 Enrico Engelmann

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Posted 19 November 2014 - 10:56 PM

New important update!
Now it is possible to start also from three differently exposed pictures, not only from two like before!
All the interested ones are invited to try it!

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#4 Enrico Engelmann

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Posted 05 July 2015 - 09:34 AM

I have just added a tool which helps estimating the rotation differences between the bracketed pictures. There is also a dedicated instruction page:http://www.milanofot...lisiAngolo.aspx


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#5 Enrico Engelmann

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Posted 07 February 2016 - 11:41 PM

I have just added to my page a new gradient, or, better, the possibility to let the system use for each pixel a mix of the two gradients, with the weights of them varying from pixel to pixel depending on the luminosity of the pixel itself and of the pixels surrounding it!
Furthermore there is now also a page which illustrates with some examples the different results you can achieve depending on the number of the starting images and the gradient shape chosen: http://www.milanofot...rHDRonLine.aspx

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