April 11, 2008

Bracketeer and working with images with bright brights and dark darks

Filed under: cool, photography, tip, tool — michaelangela @ 4:46 pm

Just a note. Helps when working with images that have really bright and dark areas. Check out some examples.

Bracketeer: Exposure Processing Software

Bracketeer is a front-end GUI for Enfuse.
Enfuse is a command-line freeware utility which uses multiple exposures
of a scene (bracketed exposures) and merges them together to form a
uniformly lit scene. It is similar to tonemapping with an HDR image
except that no HDR image is ever created, and there is no ghosting. It
works with any kind of bracketed image set, not just panoramic
equirectangular images. Bracketeer can even auto-align hand-held shots!
The results are almost always much better than anything that can be
achieved with Photoshop’s HDR Tone Mapping.


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