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night86mare

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go easy on the saturation, the color is way too intense for it to look like a photograph.

once again, i stress that composition is the most important part of a photograph; hdr will reveal details, but if your composition is not sound, all that happens is that you mess up the photo further.
 

TangKF

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HI,

Just wondering what is your hghest exposure cos somehow the dynamic range is not there yet (aka the dark is still very dark and without details)

Note; I'm also an amatuer on HDR so I hope my POW is still valid.
 

HeXy2i

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Anyone care to educate me what's HDR? I know it stands for high dynamic range, but what does it do? And can Adobe Photoshop CS2 do it?
Thanks:)
 

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Are there any free HDR softwares that do not put a watermark on your final photo?
 

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Are there any free HDR softwares that do not put a watermark on your final photo?
built -in photoshop function

if you have bought photoshop cs2 or cs3

otherwise, as of yet i cacn't think of anything that doesn't leave a watermark.. who would do that and spoil market?

i do remember one which looks like gibberish.. starts with q then got a lot of funny letters.. definitely cannot pronounce one.. but i can't rmeember. when i do i will post it up here.
 

HeXy2i

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here,

the program is qtpfsgui, free and open-source

have fun

some points about why it might be what you like : article
Thanks a lot bro, but i find it to be slow and not very user-friendly.. :(
I using my photoshop CS2's in built function and so far still ok... haha..
 

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You can also try Photomatix. Free to try (strange that sometimes it doesn't leave a watermark). USD90+ to buy.

I have been using it.... WaterMark % is around 50%. You have 50% chance of not getting watermark.. very strange
 

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Thanks a lot bro, but i find it to be slow and not very user-friendly.. :(
I using my photoshop CS2's in built function and so far still ok... haha..
:bsmilie: sounds exactly like open office to me

looks like you have to compromise when using open source software
 

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You can also try Photomatix. Free to try (strange that sometimes it doesn't leave a watermark). USD90+ to buy.

I have been using it.... WaterMark % is around 50%. You have 50% chance of not getting watermark.. very strange
Haha doesnt work for me.. Or you paid USD45, thats why 50% of getting the watermark? :bsmilie:
 

HeXy2i

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:bsmilie: sounds exactly like open office to me

looks like you have to compromise when using open source software
Haha i am using my photoshop now.. So far still ok, but havent try outdoor shots, so cant really comment..
Thnx for the intro anyway! :)
 

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