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Taking Enfuse to the extremes

Michel Thoby is known in the community for his systematic approach, his love for challenges, and his wit. The man who retired from aerospace to take us into his fridge and who has produced a thorough comparison of the optical qualities of fisheye lenses for the community has taken enfuse on a test.

Putting enfuse through his oven (which has been the subject of two World Wide Panorama entries), Michel turned his attention at the last frontier of extreme dynamic ranges.

His recipes? play with the parameters, but also with the set of exposures fed into enfuse.

His conclusion? nothing seems impossible with enfuse!

2 Responses

  1. […] of light. High dynamic range. Last weekend, inspired by Michel Thoby’s experiments in the oven, I went out at -15°C to another kind of oven. Unfortunately it’s interior will become […]

  2. […] Donationware Posted on February 1, 2008 by panospace It’s been six weeks since enfuse has been shared with the general public. Although still in its infancy and with a few bugs to be addressed, it has shown immense potential and received rave reviews. […]

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