Tested ML generated HDR script.

Started by wolf, July 21, 2012, 07:55:25 PM

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My first second HDR picture with ML automatically generated HDR script. I did nothing but trigger my  550D and run the script. Nice feature!


wow, well done, and really natural and pleasing result
always trying to use the 100% of magic lantern..
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Canon EOS 6D, 60D, 50D.
Sigma 70-200 EX OS HSM, Sigma 70-200 Apo EX HSM, Samyang 14 2.8, Samyang 35 1.4, Samyang 85 1.4.
Proud supporter of Magic Lantern.


Thats the script ML generated for me.
#!/usr/bin/env bash

# HDR_2050.JPG from IMG_2050.JPG ... IMG_2052.JPG with aligning first

align_image_stack -m -a HDR_AIS_2050 IMG_2050.JPG IMG_2051.JPG IMG_2052.JPG
enfuse "$@"  --output=HDR_2050.JPG HDR_AIS_2050*
rm HDR_AIS_2050*


Nice shoot :)
how to run scripts made ??by ML?

Malcolm Debono

On Windows you'll need to use something like Cygwin since it's a unix script.
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I like the colors, but to my taste too focused   :D
ML 2.3: 600D/T3i; EF-S18-55mm II, EF 50mm f/1.8 II


Quote from: Blahpix on August 13, 2012, 02:16:14 PM
And how does this work on mac?

First install 'enblend' using 'MacPorts' (this will install 'enfuse' command) then run the HDR script.
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Does the ML script give better results than photomatix or HDR efex? Each time I try to use the open source programs, I have to keep installing more programs on my mac just to use the 1 HDR feature, so I keep using the actual HDR software.