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TODO document '''Exposure tab'''.
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TODO explain why there is an '''Exposure tab'''.
  
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== Presets ==
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TODO
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== Image Variables ==
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TODO
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=== Exposure ===
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TODO
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=== White balance ===
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TODO
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== Camera and Lens variables ==
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The '''Camera and Lens variables''' are the ''photometric'' analog of the ''geometric'' [[lens correction model]], [[hugin]]
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assumes that all input photos with the same '''lens number''' have identical values unless they are '''unlinked''' in the
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[[hugin Camera and Lens tab]].
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=== Vignettting ===
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[[Vignetting]] is dependent mainly on your lens and the ''aperture''.  Usually the centre of the image is
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brighter with a falloff towards the edges, [[hugin]] can calculate this falloff curve as part of the
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''photometric optimisation'' process or you can enter it manually here as three numbers.
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=== Vignetting Centre ===
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TODO
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=== Camera Response ===
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TODO
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[[Category:Software:Hugin]]
 
[[Category:Software:Hugin]]

Revision as of 22:57, 6 June 2007

TODO explain why there is an Exposure tab.

Presets

TODO

Image Variables

TODO

Exposure

TODO

White balance

TODO

Camera and Lens variables

The Camera and Lens variables are the photometric analog of the geometric lens correction model, hugin assumes that all input photos with the same lens number have identical values unless they are unlinked in the hugin Camera and Lens tab.

Vignettting

Vignetting is dependent mainly on your lens and the aperture. Usually the centre of the image is brighter with a falloff towards the edges, hugin can calculate this falloff curve as part of the photometric optimisation process or you can enter it manually here as three numbers.

Vignetting Centre

TODO

Camera Response

TODO