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Unread postby jwcane » 21.06.2009 23:00

I'm getting ghosting as shown in attached image. Please show me how to correct this. Of the dozen or so times using Helicon Focus, this is the first time that I have had this issue.
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Dan Kozub
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Unread postby Dan Kozub » 25.06.2009 10:17

Most probably the object had moved. Or the camera moved not exactly along the optical axis. Or you are too close to the object and relative distance of object's parts varies too much.

Click source images one by one and you will notice when this happen. I would suggest to use retouching brush to paint those halos from adjacent source images.

If you have Canon DSLR camera, you are welcome to beta test our new program Helicon Remote which makes focus bracketing from computer via USB cable. If interested, contact me at dankozub (at) helicon.com.ua


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