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Jan 02, 2012 17:42 as a reply to  @ post 13634861 |  #16

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Jan 02, 2012 18:55 |  #17

vmlopes wrote in post #13634861 (external link)
So to keep you guys in the loop, Marecki has pm'd with regards to supplying a full version for me to evaluate.

Just waiting for a full Manual in English and then I will be on it

Will post up results as soon as I am ready

Awesome. Thank you for taking the time to test it out. Looking forward to your review.


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Jan 03, 2012 03:46 |  #18

Here we go..............one processed with Machinery HDR Effects.........will post up a little write up shortly and a comparison of one processed with Photomatix


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Jan 03, 2012 05:41 |  #19

vmlopes wrote in post #13638046 (external link)
Here we go..............one processed with Machinery HDR Effects.........will post up a little write up shortly and a comparison of one processed with Photomatix Pro shortly.

Thanks, Victor. In your review it would also be helpful to post the original unprocessed image.


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Jan 03, 2012 14:17 |  #20

Nice! Marecki, let me know if you need more volunteers? :cool:


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Jan 03, 2012 15:47 as a reply to  @ J-Blake's post |  #21

Am I correct in understanding that this app is specifically intended to create faux hdr style pics from single images (as opposed to assembling real hdr files from multiple exposures)?


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Jan 03, 2012 16:16 |  #22

Picture North Carolina wrote in post #13640869 (external link)
Am I correct in understanding that this app is specifically intended to create faux hdr style pics from single images (as opposed to assembling real hdr files from multiple exposures)?

No it will do both, single and multiple exposures


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Jan 03, 2012 16:54 |  #23

Comparing this and Topaz adjust in manipulating a single image , I like the way this one pops my pic with simple adjustments, I used it not to create an HDR image but just to enhance the image. So tempting to purchase the keys now.




  
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Jan 03, 2012 17:18 |  #24

vmlopes wrote in post #13641015 (external link)
No it will do both, single and multiple exposures

Interesting! So we have yet another HDR contender on the market! I wonder if they will do better than oloneo which has all but dropped off the radar screens.


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Jan 03, 2012 17:20 |  #25

vmlopes wrote in post #13641015 (external link)
No it will do both, single and multiple exposures

Victor,

If I may make a request. Depending on how much time you were going to spend on the review, if you do any faux single-file HDRs, I would think it would be interesting to compare results of one created by inputting a single RAW file as opposed to one created by using a raw converter to create three files from the same image; i.e., -1 / 0 / +1, then inputting those into the app.


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Jan 03, 2012 18:56 |  #26

I think the reason Olo dropped out of popularity was the price they put on it when it was finally released.


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Jan 03, 2012 19:45 |  #27

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I think the reason Olo dropped out of popularity was the price they put on it when it was finally released.

No doubt about it. Not to mention that at that too-high price you get an application that still has a non-functional anti-ghosting feature.


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Jan 05, 2012 19:49 |  #28

vmlopes - love that last picture you just posted. I'm liking what I see on the website as well and going to look more into this software.


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Jan 06, 2012 11:49 |  #29

That is an awesome image ! I just bought the program but haven't got my key yet but i already downloaded the program and tried it out and so far i like what i have . Only thing is i don't see a place to insert the key when i get it . But i look forward to trying this out more when i have more time off to do some proper imaging .




  
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Jan 06, 2012 12:46 |  #30

Celestron wrote in post #13657554 (external link)
That is an awesome image ! I just bought the program but haven't got my key yet but i already downloaded the program and tried it out and so far i like what i have . Only thing is i don't see a place to insert the key when i get it . But i look forward to trying this out more when i have more time off to do some proper imaging .

The key will be in the form of a file, with instructions where to install it ;)


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