This is my first attempt to fully process an image using foss, from shooting (CHDK) to developing (Hugin/Luminance HDR, Photoflow),
It was aimed to be an hdr panorama, following the steps in this post, but since I did the shots hand held, I had aligning issues.
So I gave up the hdr workflow and took the 0 EV frames, aligned them with align_stack, then I created two images from that one, under and over exposed by 1 step.
Then I used Photo Flow to merge them together (ground and sky).
This is the result:
CRW_3486.DNG (17.8 MB)
CRW_3487.DNG (17.8 MB)
CRW_3488.DNG (17.8 MB)
CRW_3489.DNG (17.8 MB)
CRW_3490.DNG (17.8 MB)
CRW_3491.DNG (17.8 MB)
CRW_3492.DNG (17.8 MB)
CRW_3493.DNG (17.8 MB)
CRW_3494.DNG (17.8 MB)
And Photoflow pfi file: stackf_v4.pfi (195.4 KB)
As I don’t have a calibrated monitor, I really don’t know how others will see this. I hope it’s not too bad.
These files are licensed
(Creative Commons, By-Attribution, Share-Alike)