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Peter47628

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  1. Peter47628

    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Gabe, i've found out when I used the filter "dust and scratch" carefully, AP removed the artefacts without removing other details from the final image. I'm happy . A few words to the other way of removing hot or dead pixels within batching the RAW's, too. DarkTable is the RAW-Converter with the most possibilities, but not with the best hand-book or the best GUI for self-learners. DT has the 2 functions "demosaic" (also sometimes usefully for me) and "hot pixel" specially for my problem here. Both only for RAW's and not TIFF-files, and I have to find out, if I can use them not only with a single RAW but when batching a staple. If you will improve AP in the future, I would be glad to have such functions when batching RAW's - but for now I will use "dust and scratch" in the final image.
  2. Peter47628

    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Yes. I did't have a look at each of the 250 TIFF's, selected some where I did, and there are some dead pixels. And the artefacts when stacking are the same as in the RAW-stack. Zerene, what isn't able to stack RAW's had no artefacts. I give you here a small result of a RAW stack with AP where red wasn't dominating, there I had to remove only two artefacts.
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    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Thank You for the honest answer, Gabe. I now let Silky Pix Pro 7 develop the RAW's and with the resulting TIFF'S let do the stack with the latest beta of AP. But the artefacts are still there. To compare I further let Zerene Prosumer stacking, and there are none. Means, the reason is the basic batch processing, not RAW or TIFF, I think. What I also noticed: When I let AP focus-stacking with TIFF's, it gets a problem with a number of 250 files. But I can do - depends upon the imaging scale how many - a maximum of 1025 RAW's with the remote-controlling apps for my Lumix FZ1000. 955 was the largest number I had once, and with that big RAW-staple stacking AP had no problem. It's clear to me, that there is some work to do for the AP-team, but do it. It's a great prog, and I like it.
  4. Peter47628

    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Oh . Then - and I will not develop every single pic of a big RAW-staple - I have to use special RAW-developing progs such as Silkypix Pro or DarkTable, right ? I own both of them and RawTherapee too, but hope that in the future this will be solved in AP.
  5. Peter47628

    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Thanks, Gabe Developing into TIFF I prevented yet, cause it's more work and the files will become 2/3 larger. Cause AP is able to do Batch jobs, could I do one with the RAW-files without converting them into TIFF, to remove the hot pixels there ? Probabely not I think, but if, and I would find good parameters for that, I then had to save into TIFF too. But I still wonder why those hot pixels nearly always occure when red is the dominating colour. Most of the stacks I do are less red, and with the simplified processing the result is nearly without hot pixels.
  6. Peter47628

    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Hi Gabe, the RAW-staple should have arrived at the dropbox .
  7. Peter47628

    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Hello Gabe, I will send you the RAW's from the picture I started the thread with, for the problem with artefacts still occures. But that are 250 ones. I hope you find out the reason. The artefacts do not always happen, my impression is, specially within pics where red dominates. As I said, I did the stack with the newest beta, and it is just the same. I sharpened and denoised a little, but I always do that, the reason for the artefacts must be another one. Here a cut from the upper right corner, where most of the artifacts are. Bunter Blumenstrauss lila Chrysantheme 2 AP beta 1.7 cut oben rechts.tiff
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    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Hello Gabe, I will do the following: At moment I have an older version of the AP beta, will download and install the newest one. Then let it do the focus-stacking with that staple, and see what happens. The artefacts didn`t occure always, but I have another RAW-Staple with a red flower where they are. This one I will stack with the new beta too, hoping that the problem then is solved. If not, I will tell you, but if, I will tell you too Peter
  9. Peter47628

    False Pixels when Stacking/Focus combine

    Thanks for answering, Gabe. I will send you a litte bit smaller couple of RAW's where I have the same problem with. 116 RAW's of an amber with mirroring. The red and white Stripes, formed like a hook, can be seen in the darker mirroring, when AP did the stack. White points occure there when I sharpen the pic, thats normally. I'll be happy if you can fix that bug, cause AP is the best picture processing software I've ever seen (and I know a lot) . And what you do, IS support as it should be, but mostly found nowhere. Thanks, Peter PS: The RAW's have arrived on your dropbox account now.
  10. Hello, look at the dark corners in my example, and you will see what I want to tell - stripes in red and other colours, too. The so called "Ghost Pictures" mistake on the left side were made by Zerene Prosumer too, but not that stripes. I hope You can fix it.. I use AP since 12/2018, and may be that this problem mostly occures if a colour dominates the pic, as here dark pink. Cause I stacked since december over 100 pics with AP without that problem. This pic is the result of 186 RAW's, for the comparism with zerene prosumer I had to convert that to TIFF. If You need further infos, please let me know.
  11. Peter47628

    Focus Stacking with Lumix DMC FZ1000

    Do that. It's not heavy, and instead of tech questions you can concentrate on the pictures you make.
  12. Peter47628

    Focus Stacking with Lumix DMC FZ1000

    Hello Blende, many thanks No, I don't calculate that. I only connect my FZ1000 via WiFi with two apps on my Galaxy S7 - first the Panasonic ImageApp, then GSimpleRelease if the connection to IA is established. Then, in GSR, I have to search and fix the nearest and the farest points of sharpness, choose as step-wide 1 (larger numbers will loose details), and then start executing. All the rest does GSR. It drives from near to far, calculates a step, makes an exposure, calculates the next step and set the focus in the camera to it, exposures, and so on. As I said before, the smaller the object, the more shots will result. It's a simple and half-automatic procedure, You see..
  13. Peter47628

    Focus Stacking with Lumix DMC FZ1000

    Very well. Blende 21, I love such little table-top towns. But where I live I have no place for things like this to store. When using the ImageApp together with GSimpleRelease, you will have full remote-control over the FZ, and sometimes it will take a lot of shots. The smaller things are, the more shots are taken. Here's another crystal, 252 shots with the FZ + Canon 500D Macro-Achromat. I also convert for forums etc. pics into JPG and resize them a little.
  14. Peter47628

    Focus Stacking with Lumix DMC FZ1000

    In between I found out, that AP is able to handle Stacking-Series with more than 900 single photos. Two of them (crystal-details in 3:1) I will upload to show you. What shall I say - AP is for me the best picture-processing software all over the world .
  15. Peter47628

    Focus Stacking with Lumix DMC FZ1000

    Thanks, John. Here is a picture which took a lot more shots, exactly 426, and AP had about 3 hours to do with this gauge "N" locomotive. Cause I let it always do RAW-Stacking, and do not convert the RAW-Staple into TIFF before. But, I'm an old man and have time enough for waiting until it's ready And, Focus Stacking makes a lot of fun, as well as post-processing with AP, too. Peter
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