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Re: Image Stacks in Photoshop CS3

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  • pedro_silva58
    roger, thanx for the heads up! now, i d like to see something that works with bracketed exposures too... (ie, take, say, 5 bracketed exposures while people
    Message 1 of 23 , Dec 30, 2006
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      roger,
      thanx for the heads up! now, i'd like to see something that works
      with bracketed exposures too... (ie, take, say, 5 bracketed exposures
      while people are moving, and get an hdr image with the people removed)
      cheers,
      pedro

      --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Roger Howard" <rogerhoward@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > I just posted a new article on the Wiki about Image Stacking (in
      general)
      > and some specific info on some really cool new related functionality in
      > Photoshop CS3 - an addition to Smart Objects called Image Stacks.
      >
      > http://wiki.panotools.org/Image_Stacking
      >
      > I think the use of Image Stacks with the Median filter is a really
      > promising new tool for panoramic photographers, especially those
      shooting
      > in crowds - if you'd like to eliminate the crowds, that is! For the
      right
      > situations it works a charm - it all depends on having enough
      exposures to
      > capture all the non-moving detail in a scene, so that the median filter
      > can eliminate all the moving details, so it may fail on outdoors scenes
      > where you have some moving detail (trees, clouds) you want to
      preserve and
      > some you want to get rid of (fat tourists in loud clothes mucking up
      your
      > shot!). My tests have all been on indoor scenes with people walking
      around
      > through my shots, and it was a thrill watching those people disappear!
      >
      > Anyway, wanted to get this out there for discussion; I've got a few more
      > articles in the works related to CS3 that I was hoping to get done
      before
      > the public beta was released but didn't get around to it.
      >
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