Am 12.02.2018 um 13:51 schrieb Robert Krawitz:
On Sun, 11 Feb 2018 20:45:45 -0800, Robert Bieber wrote:
If you shot these on a tripod, you can select them both in the light
table view and click the HDR button.  If it's handheld, I don't
think Darktable can really do that level of compositing. You'll need
to manually align them in Gimp or something similar and mask the sky
appropriately
Hugin would be a better option for at least the alignment part of that.

On 02/11/2018 06:46 PM, Michael wrote:
What steps should I take to put the underexposed sky on the other picture?

What about using this?

https://www.multimedia4linux.de/index.php/bildbearbeitung/darktable/darktable-plugin-enfuse-professional

Tutorial by Harry Durgin (older version): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3q_LqVp00Q

Tutorial german: https://www.multimedia4linux.de/index.php/bildbearbeitung/darktable/darktable-plugin-enfuse-professional/2-uncategorised/143-darktable-tutorial-pano-pro-plugin

Download: https://www.multimedia4linux.de/images/darktable/plugins/enfuse_pro-2.1.4.tar

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