Yes I also noticed the slight distortion(?) with the ND filter kicked in. I can't say for sure now, but it seems that the changes in the shadows and and movement of the trees seems more dominant. Obviously the mountains should stay the same as they don't moves as fast...
Actually in the sunset of today it is not possible to spot the moment when the ND filter was removed. Not even in the full resolution video.
Obviously the mountains should stay the same as they don't moves as fast...
An other topic was the under_expo_weight, over_exp_weight. As far as I understand for my type of sunset it is best to switch this two parameters off and only relay on the meter exposure, because I think that if a bright cloud comes into the frame the hole frame should not darken.
I found this line in the rawpint code:Code: [Select]1148 -- smooth out rapid changes1149 -- TODO smoothed fraction should be configurableWhat I did was to implement a simple exponential moving average.
1148 -- smooth out rapid changes1149 -- TODO smoothed fraction should be configurable
When taking pictures in the sun, I always concentrate purely on overexposure. Overexposure maximum 1%, underexposure is switched off. I then pull up the darks in the RAW converter. A workflow with RAW is important here.
I did something similar herehttps://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=11081.msg124334#msg124334
Actually really want to avoid the a RAW conversion workflow. It consumes too much resources, which I don't have and I have to build a converter that works well for EVERY situation, since the I won't change the setting.
But with that you lose a lot of dynamik. You put a lot of effort into the recordings and then lose a lot. It's like driving a racing car with the handbrake on.
Do you have a raw converter config file for rawtherapee to try out?
If I may ask, what would be your approach?
When it comes to native RAW (like the G1x), I still think Canon Digital Photo Professional is a very good RAW converter. If I were you, I would take it.I still use Lightroom 6, which I adapted my workflow to. All of my cameras including the M100 are supported. The advantage for me are XMP meta data files, which can be easily modified as described here:https://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=12790.0I also sometimes use Lrtimelapse. That also requires Lightroom.https://lrtimelapse.com/
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