canoncap sample output!

Greg - very nice little set of scripts and apps.

http://kirkt.smugmug.com/gallery/1156911

is a smugmug gallery of a test sequence and tone-mapped LDR of a shot out the window of my office. I also took the tone-mapped TIFF and made some moves in the L, a and b channels for tweaking. No masking was done, so all of the pixels got moved - I think the tone-mapped LDR could probably benefit from some masking during color manipulation, as those hot areas like outside the window get that funky ethereal glow about them. This kind of thing is more for aesthetics than quantitative lighting analysis, so I plan to take some liberties.

Note - for the JPEG sequence on the smugmug site, down below the large image is a link to view the EXIF data if you are curious.

Super cool. The whole process took about 30 seconds for the sequence capture and output to HDR.

kirk

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I just noticed that if you open a .HDR file in PSCS2 and then change the mode from 32 bit to 16 bit, it gives you some different tone-mapping options as well. Interesting - anyone ever use these?

kirk

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On Jan 26, 2006, at 4:29 PM, Kirk Thibault wrote:

Greg - very nice little set of scripts and apps.

http://kirkt.smugmug.com/gallery/1156911

is a smugmug gallery of a test sequence and tone-mapped LDR of a shot out the window of my office. I also took the tone-mapped TIFF and made some moves in the L, a and b channels for tweaking. No masking was done, so all of the pixels got moved - I think the tone-mapped LDR could probably benefit from some masking during color manipulation, as those hot areas like outside the window get that funky ethereal glow about them. This kind of thing is more for aesthetics than quantitative lighting analysis, so I plan to take some liberties.