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So I have decided to make public the most useful SQL queries I have developed while dealing with FusionPBX. Please note that I am a MariaDB user, I have no intention to translate to PostgreSQL for free. Remember to change them to fit your specific needs.

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So I have been working a lot of time coding more capabilities for the LCR for FusionPBX application. I want to share the improvements that I am planing (some developing or already done).

In Short:

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It is very disappointing when you are shooting mixed scenarios where there are dark and light areas all over it. Photos are not right, bright parts are overexposed if you want that the dark ones to appear or dark areas are underexposed because bright parts are looking good. For example a sunset, a moon landscape or even a Christmas tree. Our eyes are used to see in HDR mode but the camera doesn't capture what we see, after all, it is just a sensor.

HDR images are the kind of images that have managed to let you enjoy the dark and bright parts of a scene. They are the product of a post-edition.

In this article, I will explain how to produce an HDR photo taking advance of the AEB capability of modern digital cameras and post-editing with Darktable. Please note I am a Canon user, if I use their terms just translate them to other brands. I am also an open-source advocate myself, do not expect I write for any other commercial proprietary software.

These photos were taken using a Canon 90D using a prime lens 50mm f/1.8. The camera had the D+ enabled (a personal preference; thus, ISO 200 is the minimum I could use). The EXIF information as follows: 1/10s, f/1.8, 50mm, ISO 200.

Read more: Creating HDR Photos using the Canon AEB feature & Darktable

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