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Image Stacks
« on: May 10, 2019, 04:19:40 AM »
Lightroom has a nice capability for stacking images that are closely related.  Usually this would be manual stacking for images that make up a panorama or HDR, but could also be stacks based on a burst of images.  A burst might be images created in automated focus shift or in an HDR or multiple exposure bracket.  LR has the ability to automatically create stacks for images created within a specific time interval.

It would be nice to have a similar capability in PM Plus.  Manual stacking is very important, and time based automated stacking would be nice.
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Re: Image Stacks
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2019, 06:25:07 AM »
Eric,

Lightroom has a nice capability for stacking images that are closely related.  Usually this would be manual stacking for images that make up a panorama or HDR, but could also be stacks based on a burst of images.  A burst might be images created in automated focus shift or in an HDR or multiple exposure bracket.  LR has the ability to automatically create stacks for images created within a specific time interval.

It would be nice to have a similar capability in PM Plus.  Manual stacking is very important, and time based automated stacking would be nice.

The last we checked, those features are patented by both Adobe and Apple.  We're not going to tread on something that will get us sued.

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Re: Image Stacks
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2019, 02:20:24 PM »
That's a good enough reason for me.   :)

Thanks, Kirk!
Eric Bowles