View Poll Results: --- Which High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI) Editor Do You Use?

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  • Dynamic Photo HDR

    3 6.12%
  • FDRTools Basic

    1 2.04%
  • FDRTools Advanced

    1 2.04%
  • HDRShop

    1 2.04%
  • Photomatix Pro

    36 73.47%
  • Picturenaut

    1 2.04%
  • Qtpfsgui

    2 4.08%
  • Photoshop CS2

    4 8.16%
  • Photoshop CS3

    12 24.49%
  • Pixel

    1 2.04%
  • CinePaint

    1 2.04%
  • ChocoFlop

    1 2.04%
  • Artizen HDR

    1 2.04%
  • LightWorks

    1 2.04%
  • Others, Please State

    4 8.16%
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Thread: --- High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI)

  1. #1

    Default --- High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI)

    Which HDRI software do you use and how do you find it? Good? Forget it?
    You may want to tell us where to get it and how much you pay.

    Any free/very cheap HDRI editor out there?
    Last edited by Rafael; 18th July 2008 at 08:57 PM.

  2. #2

    Default Re: --- High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI)

    I didn't know there are so many HDR softwares out there. I only use photomatix and PS CS3.

  3. #3

    Default Re: --- High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI)

    photomatix easiest to use

    manual blending trumps hdr anytime

  4. #4

    Default Re: --- High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI)

    Trying to write my own code, therefore $0.00

    Not there yet, and the tone mapping module gives inconsistent results, but it can be rather fun to play with.



    Original image: http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/l...%20Web/SF9.jpg

  5. #5

    Default Re: --- High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI)

    Quote Originally Posted by ArchRival View Post
    Trying to write my own code, therefore $0.00

    Not there yet, and the tone mapping module gives inconsistent results, but it can be rather fun to play with.



    Original image: http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/l...%20Web/SF9.jpg
    i dont think your photo has enough a range of contrast to create a HDR?

    anw besides using these automated tools, i have tried Light EQ`ing. Gives me total control of every band(9 of them) of light so it comes out exactly how i want it. and its really fast too.

  6. #6

    Default Re: --- High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI)

    Dude that photo is for showing the tone mapping module on a single image. For a true HDR image you need multiple exposures, which means another module is used to extract the data before tone mapping is used.

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