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11/09/2006 12:43:08 PM · #1
//www.flickr.com/groups/hdr/pool/Pretty amazing stuff, just curious how difficult the pp is, and would there be a challenge that this would be legal in?

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11/09/2006 12:45:15 PM · #2
some HDR information.
There are several thread re:HDR photos in the forums.
11/09/2006 12:45:49 PM · #3
Thanks Justine!
11/09/2006 02:32:32 PM · #4
This guy is amazing, and wrote a nice tutorial which is in one of this months' UK magazines:
//petemc.net/hdr-guide/
Click on the photos at the top, very nice!

Message edited by author 2006-11-09 14:32:46.
11/09/2006 02:49:29 PM · #5
use Photomatix
11/09/2006 03:18:59 PM · #6
Probably cost like $800. Site is down now, but I want that software.
11/09/2006 03:29:22 PM · #7
Photomatix is shareware: $99

//www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/win/28527

For Mac version click the Mac OS link in the top right.

Message edited by author 2006-11-09 15:29:28.
11/09/2006 03:33:11 PM · #8
Originally posted by BobsterLobster:

This guy is amazing, and wrote a nice tutorial which is in one of this months' UK magazines:
//petemc.net/hdr-guide/
Click on the photos at the top, very nice!


brilliant Tutorial! cheers for that
11/09/2006 03:36:23 PM · #9
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hdr test


i've had some fun with it, but my problem is that i rarely use a tripod.
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Message edited by author 2006-11-09 15:38:38.
11/09/2006 03:47:46 PM · #10
Photoshop CS2 has a "Merge to HDR" action as well.
11/09/2006 04:02:02 PM · #11
Oh wow, cannot believe this thread has just come up, I had just logged onto here to start a Photomatix thread, needn't bother now...

I have just been playing with photomatix with some multiple images I took today and cannot believe some of the results I have been getting. Pity we cant use this in challenges. OK, links to my three initial images and my final HDR image.. I love this, obviously needs some playing with, but blows away the CS2 HDR facility..

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11/09/2006 04:06:00 PM · #12
Originally posted by marksimms:

Oh wow, cannot believe this thread has just come up, I had just logged onto here to start a Photomatix thread, needn't bother now...

I have just been playing with photomatix with some multiple images I took today and cannot believe some of the results I have been getting. Pity we cant use this in challenges. OK, links to my three initial images and my final HDR image.. I love this, obviously needs some playing with, but blows away the CS2 HDR facility..

425093.jpg425094.jpg425095.jpg

425096.jpg


u can use this in the challenges. Use raw shooter to under and over expose.
11/09/2006 04:39:54 PM · #13
i just done one right now with photomatix pro.. very cool stuff, had to tweek a bit in photoshop but i likes

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11/09/2006 04:45:05 PM · #14
Originally posted by MAK:

i just done one right now with photomatix pro.. very cool stuff, had to tweek a bit in photoshop but i likes

425104.jpg


Nice one MAK.. love it!!
11/09/2006 04:45:40 PM · #15
would this style also be possible if you made multiple curves a djustment layers for each part of a photo... then masked off the portions of the photo not relating to that specific curves a djustment?

i know this photo was edited that way..

382666.jpg

-Dan


11/09/2006 05:07:34 PM · #16
This one is tone mapped in Photomatix Pro from a single RAW exposure; no sandwiching of multiple exposures or processings was needed. It's even a legal process in basic editing.

396120.jpg

R.
11/09/2006 06:21:05 PM · #17
Originally posted by I Enjoy Ham:

would this style also be possible if you made multiple curves a djustment layers for each part of a photo... then masked off the portions of the photo not relating to that specific curves a djustment?

i know this photo was edited that way..

382666.jpg

-Dan


sounds like a lot of hard work..
11/09/2006 06:26:51 PM · #18
A recent entry using HDR (Photomatix).

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Message edited by author 2006-11-09 19:18:53.
11/09/2006 06:49:51 PM · #19
Yup! Tried it with Photomatrix...
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11/09/2006 07:08:48 PM · #20
I am going to try it with cinepaint right now. I guess it is the gimp of HDR because it can handle 16 bit images. I will post my results.
11/09/2006 07:13:43 PM · #21
No matter what picture I use in CS2 HDR it comes back with the error "Not enough dynamic range" and will not complete the HDR. I don't know what to do. Anyone know what may be wrong?
11/09/2006 07:15:57 PM · #22
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

This one is tone mapped in Photomatix Pro from a single RAW exposure; no sandwiching of multiple exposures or processings was needed. It's even a legal process in basic editing.

396120.jpg

R.


Bear's image single handedly sold me on the program. Btw, here's one of my own shots using the tone mapping:

411125.jpg

Message edited by author 2006-11-09 19:16:30.
11/09/2006 07:16:43 PM · #23
in photoshop you HAVE to use multiple images of the same image.. and you can not take the same image and change the exposure of it in a raw editor.. it has to be different images..
11/09/2006 07:58:08 PM · #24
Originally posted by Southern Gentleman:

No matter what picture I use in CS2 HDR it comes back with the error "Not enough dynamic range" and will not complete the HDR. I don't know what to do. Anyone know what may be wrong?


Either use a RAW image at 16 bit or..
Change your photo to 16 bit and try that.
11/09/2006 08:05:13 PM · #25
You have to remove the exif data from the input images. With the exif data intact, Photoshop thinks that the exposure is the same on all images.
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