This is a fine program. I appreciate that you guys are always improving it.
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Would it be possible to add time interval shooting to Remote? One possibility would be just a basic triggering of the shutter at specified intervals, a second possibility would be to repeat a focus stack at specified intervals, and the third would be to run a focus stack with exposure bracketing at ...
- 20.12.2011 01:40
- Forum: Helicon Remote
- Topic: Where is the 'AF Calibrator' function?
- Replies: 6
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I ran across this discussion on the 'AF Calibrator" function that mentions that an automated micro-adjustment feature used to exist in Helicon Remote: http://www.pointsinfocus.com/2010/01/auto-focus-micro-adjustments-using-live-view/ Seems like an incredibly useful feature. Are there any plans to re...
Stas, No flash was as used. Fewer exposure bracket shots may have worked but the tree was very bright and I wanted a +/-4 stop bracket to tame the highlights. It may have been overkill, but the Remote program was up to the task. On the +4 stop side I did have to adjust the shadow exposure away from ...
This photo was taken with a Canon 24-70 f/2.8 L @ 24mm and f/8.0. It is derived from 12 focus planes x 9 exposure bracket shots. It shots were driven by Helicon Remote. The HDR files were pre-processed using Photomatix in batch prior to using Helicon Focus. I was quite impressed by how easy it was t...
- 16.12.2011 06:24
- Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
- Topic: slow performance of HF 64-bit Pro
- Replies: 10
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Adding a stack to a queue is still very slow in HF 64-bit Pro. For repeatedly processing the same stack in a folder varying radius and smoothing it would be great to be able to generate a queue automatically. For example for each radius from 3 to 8 vary the smoothing from 2 to 5.