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    Default How to merge 3photos to 1photo?

    regardless of RAW or JPEG, how to merge them overlapping into one photo?

    i read a book in the library, it uses auto exposure to take 3~4 photo(same frame) with different exposure, & merge them into one. (Bracketing)

    the effect was rather nice.

    Is there any software to do it?
    Lightroom? CS4?
    http://www.akkuaphotography.com

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    Default Re: How to merge 3photos to 1photo?

    http://www.akkuaphotography.com

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    i believe u are referring to HDR?

    it shows the highlights as well as the shadows.. rite?

    u need to use a separate software.
    Photomatix Pro i believe the current version is 3.2

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    Default Re: How to merge 3photos to 1photo?

    Quote Originally Posted by nysheng View Post
    i believe u are referring to HDR?

    it shows the highlights as well as the shadows.. rite?

    u need to use a separate software.
    Photomatix Pro i believe the current version is 3.2
    ya, sort of...
    i find the results are quite amazing
    http://www.akkuaphotography.com

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    definitely..but dun over use it. haha.
    it works best for pictures with a wide dynamic range.
    u should get photomatix..alot easier than using photoshop..

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    Default Re: How to merge 3photos to 1photo?

    Quote Originally Posted by akszaksz View Post
    ya, sort of...
    i find the results are quite amazing
    You can try up to 8 exposure. But becareful with the colours

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