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How to superpose gray scale JPG files, getting the
Let's file0.jpg, ..., file99.jpg, 100 gray scale JPG files.
Let's f0(m;n) the pixel (m;n) of image file0.jpg.
How to superpose all those files in one file (superpose.jpg) in this way:
superpose(m;n) = DarkestPixelOf(f0(m;n), ..., f99(m;n))
Using any software.
Using a batch processing method (of course).
Re: How to superpose gray scale JPG files, getting
Can someone explain the use of paths with respect to architectural photography and color management for high end printing? When you use a path to separate two different objects or planes, is it to prevent bleeding from one color into the other? Is it to further sharpen the image? I've seen this kind of work done on images shot with a Hasselblad back and the image looked pretty sharp to me. But then I guess that's why my friend gets paid so much to retouch. I would appreciate any insight into this. thanks.
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A great solution from SCTRWD
The goal of this superposition is to see the common empty/white areas I can crop using a script applied on all (203) file./images.
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