Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Fco, Sep 25, 2007.

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    Fco Guest

    What HDR software would you recommend (easy to use)

    Fco, Sep 25, 2007
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    JL Guest

    Paint Shop Pro Photo X2.
    The new HDR tool is very easy to use and works with only two photos (or
    You may download the trial version (30 days) and test for yourself:

    Jean-Luc Ernst
    JL, Sep 25, 2007
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    Paco Guest

    I´ve been trying Photomatix but I cannot get good results. Always obtain
    somthing like looks overexposed. However the image quality get worst.
    Paco, Sep 25, 2007
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    ray Guest

    cinepaint seems to work all right.
    ray, Sep 25, 2007
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    LennyDietz Guest

    Photoline-32 had HDR before PhotoShop or any of the others. They didn't even
    know what to call it back then because nobody else was doing it. The method
    didn't even have a name back then so it's still called their Connect-Images
    tool. It works very well. Just add 2 or 3 photos, it automatically merges them.
    Reposition their blending order in the thumbnail display. There's only one
    adjustment for contrast enhancement. Sometimes it depends on the subjects and
    exposure bracketing that you are using or it will wash out some colors in spots.
    Use the Automatic Correction tool after to correct any saturation errors that
    might happen. Most times it works best on just 2 properly bracketed images than
    3. If you notice saturation errors delete the middle of 3 images, see if that's
    LennyDietz, Sep 25, 2007
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