With bug 143 fixed, anti-ghosting is actually starting to work but it has a major side effect.
1. Take any set of input images and process them without anti-ghosting.
2. Take the same set of images and process them in exactly the same way as in 1, only now use the manual anti-ghosting tool.
Expected result: the output from 1 and 2 looks almost identical except in the masked area.
Actual result: the colors change across the entire image. The larger the masked area, the darker the image tends to become.
The attachments show the plain HDR preview (no tonemapping) after performing steps 1 and 2 above. In step 2 I only clicked once with the anti-ghosting brush somewhere in the middle of one of the images.
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