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    Default HDR processing

    anyone knows how to make a good HDR file? most of the HDRs came out looking dull. adding S curve to the finalised file didnt help and details are lost. any help from experts on this subject?

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    Default Re: HDR processing

    read it many times before! it is just an intro to HDR, not a solution.

    need something to retain contrast without losing details.

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    have you read this? I think by blending this way, the picture don't look so flat.

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...blending.shtml

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    Default Re: HDR processing

    theres a function in photoshop cs2 where u can add a few files and merge them to hdr. under file > automate[i think] > merge hdr

    you have to change the colour depth if you want to save the file to jpeg though, the output file is quite big.

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    Default Re: HDR processing

    Quote Originally Posted by wind30
    have you read this? I think by blending this way, the picture don't look so flat.

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...blending.shtml

    looks like a solution!

    anyone has a good workflow around HDR? *not giving up hope yet*

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    AutoPano Pro 1.1 can also act as HDR merger (instead of a Panorama creator).

    Just have your photos run through AutoPano.. and wahlah, auto merged for you

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    Default Re: HDR processing

    Quote Originally Posted by sinlg
    AutoPano Pro 1.1 can also act as HDR merger (instead of a Panorama creator).

    Just have your photos run through AutoPano.. and wahlah, auto merged for you
    interesting software. too bad it is not a freeware and make vigneting type of distortion in the final pic + the pano logo stamp in the middle!

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