I’d like to know if anti-ghosting tool is currently broken in Luminance HDR? When turned on, it produces some weird results.
Can you show an example of why you think things are broken? Which version of Luminance HDR are you using?
I’m using the last version 2.6.0. Maybe I’m doing something incorrectly but I get something like this with this option turned on.
It’s true that current anti-ghosting implementation does not perform well.
@kazah7 can you please send me your set of exposures for testing? Thank you.
Hi! Thanks for answering! Here is the set: https://filebin.net/p7vgo428xc5cdsr2
I know it’s not a perfect example of bracketing (handheld, aperture and exposure) but still the problem occurs regardless of settings. I’ve also tried manual corrections but with no luck.