Suggested additions to TuFuse Pro

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Suggested additions to TuFuse Pro

Postby nathanoj » Fri Dec 16, 2011 1:43 am

Should a new version be considered...

* a plugin for Adobe Lightroom / Photoshop.
* ghost elimination - to favour pixels that stay put, and get rid of ones that 'move around'. I'm especially thinking foliage that moves in the wind, but could also zap traffic from multiple street exposures.

As much as I plug Tufuse and Stitcher among the Flickr Photography for Real Estate group, 95% use and will stick with Enfuse, as it has the above features/applications.
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Re: Suggested additions to TuFuse Pro

Postby nathanoj » Wed Feb 01, 2012 7:29 pm

Just sayin ;-)

...or have these suggestions been addressed before?
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Re: Suggested additions to TuFuse Pro

Postby maxlyons » Thu Feb 02, 2012 10:11 am

nathanoj wrote:Just sayin ;-)

...or have these suggestions been addressed before?


Thanks for the suggestions...I'll keep them in mind for future improvements!

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Re: Suggested additions to TuFuse Pro

Postby nathanoj » Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:46 pm

Thanks Max - Oloneo is another exposure blender which has ghosting removal.

Movement in the windchimes and leaves in this 5 shot blend w/Tufuse Pro could have been removed by layering and masking in from a single exposure, but much easier if you do weeks of coding ;-)

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Re: Suggested additions to TuFuse Pro

Postby maxlyons » Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:36 pm

nathanoj wrote:much easier if you do weeks of coding ;-)


Ha...You've hit the nail on the head. Maybe more than weeks!

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Re: Suggested additions to TuFuse Pro

Postby hadriya9091 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 7:36 am

The options do the same thing as the old Sigma and Beta...they really just adjust the position and "thickness" of the weight curve used to assign weights to pixels with different intensities.
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