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08/08/2009 06:00:55 AM · #1
Hi, can anyone point me towards some HDR software or plug-in please? I'd like to have a 'play around' with it, so preferably something simple to use and free? Thanks in advance
08/09/2009 06:04:18 AM · #2
surely someone must have a suggestion?!!
08/09/2009 06:16:32 AM · #3
Originally posted by Patrol:

surely someone must have a suggestion?!!


Photomatix, trial version is free but you get ugly watermarks on it. It's not very expensive, checkt it out and see if it works on you.

I found the HDR tutorials from this guy very helpfull: HDR Video. There are plenty videos on the subject from him.
08/09/2009 06:42:57 AM · #4
Thanks, i'll give it a go
08/09/2009 03:51:27 PM · #5
you can check out www.captainkimo.com too. He's a buddy of mine and the site is basically dedicated to HDR.
08/09/2009 04:14:41 PM · #6
You can find a handful of free HDR apps and lots of other stuff in this thread: Freebie imaging software: the big list
08/09/2009 05:33:24 PM · #7
Essential HDR
08/09/2009 09:01:00 PM · #8
I use "Dynamic Photo HDR".

Dynamic Photo HDR received the Popular Photography Award for Photography's Outstanding Product for 2008.

It's relatively inexpensive, at USD $55.

Check out some of my HDR photos.

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