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exposure blending without halo jrickards 30 Jul 15:14
  exposure blending without halo rich404 30 Jul 15:30
   exposure blending without halo rich404 30 Jul 16:10
2019-07-30 15:14:11 UTC (22 days ago)
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exposure blending without halo

I saw a YT video a few months ago and should have saved it and now I need it. It may have been about using Photoshop but the technique should be generic.

The issue is, I have two photos of the same subject (taken using a tripod) at different exposures because the sky is nice but bright and the foreground is nice but darker. There is a pretty hard line between the two, a line of trees. The video talked about how to shape the line between the two so when the two exposures/layers were blended, there were no halos and the shape of the mask was accurate. Did the video creator use something like a high or low pass filter? I don't know, I can't remember.

However, once the mask was created, there were portions that weren't black so it was painted black, which was fine, the critical part was creating the edge accurately.

Any suggestions?

2019-07-30 15:30:14 UTC (22 days ago)
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exposure blending without halo

I saw a YT video a few months ago and should have saved it and now I need it. It may have been about using Photoshop but the technique should be generic.

The issue is, I have two photos of the same subject (taken using a tripod) at different exposures because the sky is nice but bright and the foreground is nice but darker. There is a pretty hard line between the two, a line of trees. The video talked about how to shape the line between the two so when the two exposures/layers were blended, there were no halos and the shape of the mask was accurate. Did the video creator use something like a high or low pass filter? I don't know, I can't remember.

However, once the mask was created, there were portions that weren't black so it was painted black, which was fine, the critical part was creating the edge accurately.

Any suggestions?

A gimp script luminosity masks see: https://patdavid.net/2013/11/getting-around-in-gimp-luminosity-masks.html

You could ask on https://discuss.pixls.us/ Pat David resides there.

2019-07-30 16:10:23 UTC (22 days ago)
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A gimp script luminosity masks see: https://patdavid.net/2013/11/getting-around-in-gimp-luminosity-masks.html

You could ask on https://discuss.pixls.us/ Pat David resides there.

A similar question and an updated for Gimp 2.10 luminosity-mask.scm here:

https://www.gimp-forum.net/Thread-Managing-levels-in-two-different-parts-of-the-image?pid=14020#pid14020