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Hello all,  I am a photographer who is currently processing hundreds of my images for a book, and was delighted to discover enfuse and its high-quality method of blending exposures.  This page is obviously not the right place for this kind of discussion, but I would like to correspond with others on their experience with enfuse.  In particular, I would like to gain a detailed understanding of the parameters, especially those added in version 3.2.  I've made a few discoveries myself, which I would like to share.  Is there an appropriate forum for this kind of discussion?  Or perhaps you can email me at msabeln@yahoo.com.  - Mark S. Abeln
 
Hello all,  I am a photographer who is currently processing hundreds of my images for a book, and was delighted to discover enfuse and its high-quality method of blending exposures.  This page is obviously not the right place for this kind of discussion, but I would like to correspond with others on their experience with enfuse.  In particular, I would like to gain a detailed understanding of the parameters, especially those added in version 3.2.  I've made a few discoveries myself, which I would like to share.  Is there an appropriate forum for this kind of discussion?  Or perhaps you can email me at msabeln@yahoo.com.  - Mark S. Abeln
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: Yes. enfuse is discussed and developed on the hugin-ptx mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/hugin-ptx There is an enblend/enfuse forum on sourceforge as well, but it is centered around development and has little traffic. <small>--[[User:Erik Krause|Erik Krause]] 21:43, 20 October 2008 (CEST)</small>

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Hello all, I am a photographer who is currently processing hundreds of my images for a book, and was delighted to discover enfuse and its high-quality method of blending exposures. This page is obviously not the right place for this kind of discussion, but I would like to correspond with others on their experience with enfuse. In particular, I would like to gain a detailed understanding of the parameters, especially those added in version 3.2. I've made a few discoveries myself, which I would like to share. Is there an appropriate forum for this kind of discussion? Or perhaps you can email me at msabeln@yahoo.com. - Mark S. Abeln

Yes. enfuse is discussed and developed on the hugin-ptx mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/hugin-ptx There is an enblend/enfuse forum on sourceforge as well, but it is centered around development and has little traffic. --Erik Krause 21:43, 20 October 2008 (CEST)