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Photoshpere HDR software tutorial?

 
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Sep 14, 2008 21:44 |  #1

Has anyone found a tutorial or workflow example they could share? I'm stuck, as, once I have my images merged, I cannot seem to locate where/how to tonemap, etc, in any of the menu or tab options. Thanks!


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Sep 15, 2008 09:21 |  #2

Might want to have a look here, http://tutorialblog.or​g/hdr-tutorials-roundup/ (external link)


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Sep 15, 2008 21:25 |  #3

Photosphere uses its own tone-mapping operator - there are no choices. You can adjust the exposure of the operator and select an option to mimic the human eye's response to various lighting conditions, but that's it. You can also select a portion of your image and use that as a spot exposure (click on the "apply" button to drop down some of the available choices). You can save the assembled HDR in high or low dynamic range file formats and then use another app, with more tone-mapping operators, to do further tone mapping of the HDR assembled from within Photosphere.

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