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    ORI to the rescue

    I was out shooting HR ORF files with the EM5II and 12-40 on a tripod. This scene had people moving about that created some severe motion artifacts in the HR file. No problem. Just layered the original ORF over the ORI file (after appropriate resizing of the latter) and used a brush to blend in the sharp people from the ORI. The goose was better behaved and needed no correction.

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    Re: ORI to the rescue

    Didn't the willow tree branches move as well?

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    Re: ORI to the rescue

    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    Didn't the willow tree branches move as well?

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    Yes, but if any motion artifacts were created they were not distracting enough to be of concern.
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    Re: ORI to the rescue

    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Yes, but if any motion artifacts were created they were not distracting enough to be of concern.
    I took a closer look at your large file (one click behind your posted file). The long dangling branches look, well, willowy. I think most of the motion just led to disappearances.

    I have an M5ii coming in a plain brown box next week. I look forward to trying out some of these new tricks. But it will be available for sale as soon as the M1ii comes out...

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