Re: [PanoToolsNG] hugin and enfuse used for refocusing
> A little delayed, but i did not see your response until today.Hi Milko, thanks for writing. I realized much later that I was unclear
> It is a single shot. Thats the beauty of it. Light field photography with
> plenoptics. They use a special micro sphere filter in front of the sensor. A
> matrix of thousands of spheres in one frame.
> With software the can then virtually walk through the entire dof and render
> any plane the wish.
when writing. I' saw several different techniques at the ACM SIGGRAPH
conference last year. There were moving cameras, very large camera
arrays, and of course the microlens-based approach. That was the
source of my confusion.
>Ah, yeah, I had seen that and the other Stanford papers. Again I was
> > It also appears to be distinct from Tufuse, which uses focus-bracketed
> > shots (this technique does not require focus bracketed shots).
> Thats our alternative until this filter/software becomes commercially
> available. Until that time focus-stacking and hard mask blending!
> > Hopefully he does a more comprehensive writeup detailing his
> > technique, or someone here has a little more info.
unclear. I meant Mike's technique using Hugin to do computational
photography! He saw my request in Google search results, and made a
very nice tutorial here:
That's what I meant by a writeup. Thanks and cheers,