Joe.Recon wrote in post #13963328
I did some reading on that SNS HDR. Which version did you get, PRO or HOME ? I agree with you that LR Enfuse does not always render best results for windows.
I use one of my extra camera tripods, one Manfrotto support that came with my backdrop support and I also use the plastic shoes that come with the flashes. The one thing I find hard with flashes is not getting any reflections from them in either mirrors and stainless steel appliances.
I got the Pro. The software creator, Sebastian, is second to none. I had a set of images come back once with this strange line in the sky that was not in any of the frames. I sent him an email and he asked me to send the images, so I did. Two days later he releases an update and the line was gone.
He also did some recent updates to improve highlights but it started causing halos, the next thing you know there is a new release that fixed the halos. The guy is on top of it. I'm seriously thinking about donating more money just to say 'thanks' for caring so much about the software. It's not like any of the big boys, where you have to wait for a new version to get a lot of new features. He has added a curves feature that you can use with a layer mask, or with the entire image, and many more features. If he had the ability to market like Photomatix and the others, he would take over the HDR software market.
I have probably emailed him 4 or 5 times with questions and he always gets back to me within a day or two. Try that with one of the big boys. LOL
You can always try before you buy, so I recommend you get the trial and see what you think. If you don't like the results, get in touch with me and I'll see if I can walk you through some of the steps I have figured out to improve the output image.