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Redshift Photographic Exposure tool

Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2019 1:18 pm
by Midgardsormr
RsPhotographicExposure emulates the Photographic Exposure controls on the Redshift camera. It allows a compositor to easily match the results of the render engine's exposure adjustments using either slider controls or the metadata carried in the EXR.

In addition to Redshift's own tone mapping method, the macro also includes John Hable's Filmic Tone Mapping, as used for the video game Uncharted 2, a Highlight Compression mode similar to that performed by the Corona render engine, and an Exponential Luma mode that clamps luminance while preserving hue.

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v1.0: first public release

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Atom {
	Name = "RsPhotographicExposure",
	Category = "Tools/Color",
	Author = "Bryan Ray/MuseVFX",
	Version = 1,
	Date = {2019, 8, 19},
	Description = [[<p>RsPhotographicExposure emulates the Photographic Exposure controls on the Redshift camera. It allows a compositor to easily match the results of the baked-in exposure adjustments using either slider controls or the metadata carried in the EXR. </p>

<p>In addition to Redshift's own tone mapping method, the macro also includes John Hable's Filmic Tone Mapping, as used for the video game Uncharted 2, a Highlight Compression mode similar to that performed by the Corona render engine, and an Exponential Luma mode that clamps luminance while preserving hue.</p>

<p>Find it with the Color tools.</p>]],
	Deploy = {
		"Macros/Color/RsPhotographicExposure.setting",
	},
}

Re: Redshift Photographic Exposure tool

Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2019 1:38 pm
by AndrewHazelden
Any chance for a Fusion Bin icon for the macro? Does MuseVFX have a generic icon that could be used for a bin icon? :)

Re: Redshift Photographic Exposure tool

Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2019 2:23 pm
by Midgardsormr
Whoops! I forgot about that. Been a while since my last macro. Stand by...

Added in 17 minutes 12 seconds:
Fixed!

Re: Redshift Photographic Exposure tool  [SUBMITTED]

Posted: Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:50 am
by SecondMan

And RsPhotographicExposure is now available in Reactor! :cheer: