OK nickel ! Merci
I’m using this tool since little time and I think is very useful but I have a question:
Is there possibility in the future We can view alls spots alls togethers and show/hide alls with a simple tool click??
It is nice to be able to use the Local Lab to blur the background.
The only thing is that sometimes it is hard to select what needs to be blurred and what should not be blurred. In this example, the subject’s shoulders are blurred which I didn’t intend to do. A selection tool in this case would be ideal. The user could select the subject better.
do you guys have a debian compatible deb file by any chance ?
I just push a change
- algorithm for blur and noise is now similar to others, therefore, more accurate
- I add a new method for blurr and noise : symmetric…it looks like “inverse”, but uses the algorithms of “normal” with scope, etc. Be careful…some results may seem weird
I add also others improvments; not visible to the user
RawTherapee_newlocallab_5.3-229-gff26f064_WinVista_64.zip is uploaded at
Jacques, did you update rawpedia with this new information?
I’ll do it
c’est fait !
Thanks @gaaned92 and Jacques!
New Local Lab:
Is running fine here!
I can’t find Panasonic FZ1000 lens anymore with this version (RawTherapee_newlocallab_5.3-230-gc77913b7_WinVista_64). It’s not under panasonic nor under leica as it was before, what’s happened?
I hope you can restore it. Thanks
PS: rollbacked to RawTherapee_newlocallab_5.3-166-gb19e1273_WinVista_64 and now I have FZ1000 lens under Leica
PPS: LocaLab and wavelet are so powerful!
I locally makes corrections on lensfun DB waiting for definitive corrections by the lensfun team.
I am going to rebuild newlocallab.
Could you upload a FZ1000 photo on filebin and permit to provide it to lensfun.
I have uploaded a raw file (the same raw file used 28 days ago) here
You can share it with lensfun and do whatever you need to improve RT.
Thanks for 231 version, i see my lens and many other Fixed lenses that were missing.
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@gaaned92 and Jacques!
Testing New Local Lab:
and it is running fine here!
@jdc I’m still testing your locallab branch and really like where it is heading. Oh my, oh my… why didn’t I get into programming languages? I should have! But let’s get to the point - take a look at this picture:
In this case, I would like to exclude the blue area on the left side from the influence of exposure. Adjusting the scope and playing with the algorithm doesn’t do the trick. Let’s add another u-point with negative exposure value:
As you can see, it didn’t solve it. In NIK software we have similar problem:
This can be easily fixed by adding another excluding point:
That kind of operation allows for a greater control. Would it be possible in RT?
Thank you for testing Locallab deeply.
The point you mention is a noticeable improvement, when the “RT-spot” is in an area where the colors are close, such as a pale sky and a snowy landscape.
This improvement is one of the points to be innovated in the future. As for example another way to detect the shapes of the spot object. That’s what I said in “Rawpedia”.
This other form of detection is in my opinion essential if we want to see “excluding points”
"Remarque : il doit être possible de programmer d’autres algorithmes de détection de forme que celui ci-dessus fondé sur les différences de deltaE.
*Par exemple les algorithmes de détection de bords (edge) tels que “Canny” ou “Sobel”;
*Ou encore le principe de décomposition en ondelettes.
Mais dans ces 2 cas tout reste à faire !"
Other improvements can be developed such as saving / restoring a RT-spot, or improvment to remove dust-spot, etc.
Nevertheless these evolutions must be preceded by a fortification of the current “locallab”. This is the subject of an issue that I opened a month ago on GitHub#4094
Testing new Local Lab:
It’s running fine here!
I just pushed a change for the branch “newlocallab”.
I have introduced the concept of “Exclusive RT-spot”, quite close in the principle of “Excluding points” of Nik Software.
The system is not perfect, but should satisfy at least 70% of cases.
See the French documentation on Rawpedia.
I also fixed a series of bugs