This month, some thoughts, talk and examples on the random preset generator.
The image transformation engine included in my computational photography software is relatively similar between versions. The way it construct filters and simulations offers virtually infinite possibilities, so I’ve been working on a random preset generator.
Now, a QR-code enabled import-export function has been implemented and lets you use same filters shared between users and apps.
Also we will see the first development steps of a new insaturator named “Ondo”.
Ans all of this will be done while in Switzerland, Iceland and the United Kingdom.
And of course, the French version as always here below:
This month there will be a few examples of the development of a new insaturator for Camare, named “Isla”, with examples of the process and results.
There will also be results from the usability tests of the random preset generator on Digital Paula as well as a few experimentations with the exportation and importation of QR-codes (should enable sharing of your favorites) and how to distribute the fabrication-process of a photo between compatible apps.
There is also examples of a new filmulator based on an old and dusty film, illustrated with a few random pictures.
And this will have all taken place between an Icelandic volcano and various places in Europe.
And a small link for those who prefer the French version: