Anti-Lamenessing Engine is a program that combines images. It sits at a fascinating intersection of math and photography.

This page contains some examples of what I've been able to do with it. Input images have usually been cropped down from my camera's 12 megapixel output, but otherwise the rule is that every image is lossless and has not been resampled, brightened, or otherwise adulterated unless explicitly stated.

My camera is a Panasonic DMC-TZ10 (it's a compact). I'm not a photographer. Sometimes I play with computer graphics.

Mouse over the tabs at the bottom of each example to flip between image variants.

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ALE used to live at, which went offline.

The source code is still available from

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