- Well, I have to say that I'm impressed.
I tested enfuse with a bracketed set of input panos, and the results
are far better than I expected.
OK, it's not perfect yet, but I guess after getting to know the ins-and-
outs of enfuse, it will be a keeper...
Result with 3 bracketed input panos;
If you want to, you can download my images (full resolution 6000x3000)
and test enfuse yourself (download size 5.4MB).
- And here is another test. Better results may be had with more tweaking of the
parameters. This was just using enfuse with Erik's batch file. My main
observation is that without tweaked parameters, I seem to be able to get
some more detail out of the shadows with FDRTools. I was able to fix the
"ghosting" lady in FDRTools with the use of the "separation" method, but for
the enfuse test I could have fixed this with some masking.
FDRTools is giving too much local contrast on the walls, but the ladies seem
to pop out from the background better in the FDRTools version.
http://www.sphericalpanoramas.com/media/sf_reception.mov this is the
Enfuse seems to have some amazing potential. Pure pixel magic and the focus
stack example is awesome.
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