Auto Landscape Bracketing

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mytamhuyet
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Auto Landscape Bracketing

Post by mytamhuyet » 12.02.2019 17:56

Like many who use Helicon Focus, the first challenge we face is 'getting our data'. If macro focus stacking life is relatively 'simple', as depth of field is symmetric about the focal point, and there are tools, eg racks, to help us move our cameras by the required, very small, amounts.

For the landscape focus stackers or bracketeers, things a little more complicated, as the depth of field between each image varies enormously. This is why I decided to write an in-camera auto-focus stacking bracketing script...but I'm afraid only for Canon shooters, as it uses Magic Lantern.

The script does both focus and exposure bracketing, together or independently. In addition it does LE exposure simulation bracketing and multiple image taking for superres processing.

Focus stacking is fully handled with three use cases: FP to HFD, FP to INF and FP to Macro. In addition, the focus stacks are created based on diffraction aware DoF equations.

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Re: Auto Landscape Bracketing

Post by Stas Yatsenko » 13.02.2019 11:53

This is interesting. Was it your intention to share your script? I would expect to see a link there, but there isn't any.

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