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Using Photoshop and a levels layer. Hold down the Alt key (Windows) and slide the highlight arrow towards the center. That will show the brightest pixels first. Then pull the Shadows arrow towards the center. That will show the darkest pixels


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Open the Levels dialog box and watch the image as you move the slider. That's the quickest way to visually "watch it"? Levels is sometimes referred to as threshold range (Gimp), luminosity sliders (in Lab color space), and similar terminology. Find the Levels equivalent commands and adjustments in your software. Since the question mentions Photoshop and ...


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ImageVerifier does what you want. ImageVerifier (IV for short) traverses a hierarchy of folders looking for image files to verify. It can verify TIFFs, JPEGs. PSDs, DNGs, and non-DNG raws (e.g., NEF, CR2). IV is designed to process large numbers of images. Folder hierarchies with 100,000 images or more should be no problem. In one test run, IV ran for 14 ...


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You can "lock" the order by making a Custom Sort order. Once you have sorted the images you want using the rating, moving a thumbnail to an other place should enable the Custom Sort order. It's used here for renaming and an example is given there. You can also select it directly in the toolbar (you can see in the example I already have sorted the photos by ...


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You can click on one step of the history stack on the right hand side to view the image "as it is at that step". Click back to the top to view the latest version. Warning: while you are viewing one step of the history stack, any attempt to edit the picture will discard the top of your stack. You can go to the step you want in history, make a snapshot, come ...


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I am adding my 2 cents here. This task is a 3 step process. 1) Just mergin the frames into a video. I am not sure, but I think all the programs listed here are just simple editing programs that merge this. 2) Controlling the framerate. You need to see if this options listed here can do that. On this part I would go for virtual dub (as someone already ...


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Use VideoVelocity if you need to record video over long periods of time, reliably. You can also broadcast the time-lapse as it's recording to Teleport for online viewing, private or public. Great for project promotion. VideoVelocity also does mass stitching of stills into high quality H.264 or HEVC/H.265 video files. And performs de-flicker on the frames to ...


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Google Picasa's site says that Picasa can organise and manage RAW files and has basic codecs to allow for previews but it is stated that Picasa is not advanced enough to support the editing of RAW formats and other post-production software should be used. This explains why RAW file formats do not display correctly in Picasa. The only solution, really, is ...


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Not ideal, but reverting back to the AMD Catalyst 14.4 drivers will fix this issue: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/lightroom-amd-graphics-cards.html It fixed mine.


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I use GIMP 2.8 to correct pictures with lens distortion (Fisheye) effect. This is a free and very extensive software, easy to use. Click in file on open and add the photo that you want to correct. In Filters, click on distortion and choose lens distortion. In "General" you can set the degree of correction with the slider and check in "example" click "OK" in ...


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Check this? This might help.. http://www.eyefi.com/


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You don't need CHDK to accomplish this. I was doing it ten years ago with my little Powershot A520. Including live view and tethered capture using the free Canon CameraWindow software. And it doesn't even support CHDK. You can find Canon point and shoot cameras pretty cheap used.



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