No human interaction for this one

This is another example of the use of enfuse to merge multiple exposures (see the first example). The bottom image is created from the top three exposures (-2/0/+2). The result is quite similar to what I have managed to do with manual exposure blending. But this version required absolutely no interaction on my side: I just ran the script on the images, converted the tif result to jpg and uploaded. No correction of levels, curves, saturation, sharpening, etc. And it only took a few minutes to generate the complete 10,000x5,000 panorama.

 

I tell you, this is a revolution.

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Taken on June 2, 2007