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by brentbristol
21.12.2011 19:56
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Where is the 'AF Calibrator' function?
Replies: 6
Views: 10060

Re: Where is the 'AF Calibrator' function?

Thanks Stas,
This is a fine program. I appreciate that you guys are always improving it.
by brentbristol
21.12.2011 18:44
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Time Interval Shooting
Replies: 2
Views: 1386

Time Interval Shooting

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 ...
by brentbristol
20.12.2011 01:40
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Where is the 'AF Calibrator' function?
Replies: 6
Views: 10060

Re: Where is the 'AF Calibrator' function?

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 ...
by brentbristol
20.12.2011 00:23
Forum: Gallery
Topic: Old Elf
Replies: 4
Views: 5402

Re: Old Elf

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 ...
by brentbristol
18.12.2011 06:43
Forum: Gallery
Topic: Old Elf
Replies: 4
Views: 5402

Old Elf

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...
by brentbristol
16.12.2011 06:24
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: slow performance of HF 64-bit Pro
Replies: 10
Views: 4507

Re: slow performance of HF 64-bit Pro

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.

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