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Jan 28, 2009 08:50 |  #1

A few web sites to help those with questions on HDR.
There has been a lot of buzz recently about HDR photography, but many people assume that it's only limited to professional photographers. The reality is that just about anyone can take and process an HDR photo with most cameras and proper HDR software.

Good site tutorial
http://abduzeedo.com …os-hdrphotomatix-tutorial (external link)

Photomatix website were you can download a free trial of the software.
http://www.hdrsoft.com​/ (external link)

Another site for FREE HDR software
http://www.hdrlabs.com​/tools/links.html (external link)

HDR Tutorial and the Texture Tutorial
This tutorial below on HDR is free. Free as a bird

http://www.stuckincust​oms.com/hdr-tutorial/ (external link)

Hope someone else can place more info for those who need to no.bw!


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Jan 28, 2009 14:10 |  #2

Ever wondered what all the controls in Photomatix did?
http://beforethecoffee​.wordpress.com/photoma​tix-tutorial/ (external link)


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Jan 29, 2009 05:28 |  #3

Ah good old YOUTUBE.
Here is a lesson on HDR lasts about 10 minutes.
Ideal for the question What is HDR.
http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=XAAdF4maoxQ (external link)


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Feb 07, 2009 18:56 as a reply to  @ russellsnr2's post |  #4

Can someone post a link or "How-To" get multiple exposed .jpgs from a single RAW. I know this can be done but have no idea how to do it :(

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Feb 08, 2009 04:07 as a reply to  @ JJD.Photography's post |  #5

Hi, Not sure if this what you are looking for but if it helps!!
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Camera JPG or generated JPG?

If you’re still reading, thanks for sticking with me this far. This is what I was really wanting to test out. Are there noticeable results between exposures generated in camera, and exposures generated using Photoshop’s Camera RAW plugin from a single RAW? Using the Camera RAW plugin for CS3, I can generate JPG files with various exposure values ranging from -4 to +4. For the intent of this test, I created a -2EV and +2EV from the 0EV RAW file out of the camera, and used the 0EV JPG from the camera as well. Below are comparison shots of the in camera EV JPG files (on the left) and the Photoshop generated EV JPG files (on the right). The top image is +2EV, the bottom -2EV.)


Site about 1/4 wat down page under 4th bonnet pic. :- http://digital-photography-school.com …dynamic-range-imaging-hdr (external link)


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Feb 08, 2009 11:40 as a reply to  @ russellsnr2's post |  #6

is photomatrix a better choice for HDR vs. photoshop?




  
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Feb 08, 2009 17:08 as a reply to  @ shaolinmonk's post |  #7

100% YES


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Feb 11, 2009 13:05 |  #8

HDR tutorial using Photoshop. (external link)


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Feb 11, 2009 17:39 |  #9

russellsnr2 wrote in post #7282591 (external link)
100% YES

Agreed. Of course, I do open the final photomatix image in p-shop just to fine tune the good results. :)


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Feb 19, 2009 10:22 as a reply to  @ JJD.Photography's post |  #10

Here is a great tool that you can use to create HDR from one jpg file. Dynamic-Photo HDR http://www.mediachance​.com/hdri/index.html (external link) This is the easiest tool I have seen to use and it has great filters that you can use with it too. The program is only $55.00 and is a great product for us that want to see what some of our old photos would look like with HDR. It does standard HDR too for future photos.




  
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Apr 07, 2009 20:31 |  #11

Thanks for the great work, I have been looking for a while on information on HDR!




  
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Jul 13, 2009 17:59 as a reply to  @ Flashstudio's post |  #12

Does anyone have experience with Qtpfsgui?

Link: http://qtpfsgui.source​forge.net/ (external link)

Oh, and to keep on the topic, there's a tutorial there.
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Jul 27, 2009 07:47 |  #13

Here's three of the best tutorials that I've found:
http://beforethecoffee​.wordpress.com/photoma​tix-tutorial/ (external link)
http://www.stuckincust​oms.com/hdr-tutorial/ (external link)
http://www.vanilladays​.com/hdr_tutorial (external link)


This blog post lists a bunch of HDR tutorials for different software. Looks like a valuable resource.
http://tutorialblog.or​g/hdr-tutorials-roundup/ (external link)


Here's a list of free HDR software: http://www.techsupport​alert.com …ic-range-hdr-software.htm (external link)


HDR Software Comparison from the PanoTools Wiki:
http://wiki.panotools.​org/HDR_Software_overv​iew (external link)


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Aug 10, 2009 18:25 |  #14

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Photomatrix HDR Walk-Through
https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=713056


Exposure Blended Panorama Walk-Through
https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=715220


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Sep 09, 2009 14:49 |  #15

This may be a redundant question as I am a newb and don't know all of the in's/out's of the RAW format. Can you use different exposures and take multiple images with the RAW format? If so, will Photomatrix recognize RAW files?

Ultimately I want to know if I can take the multiple exposures in RAW and then PP them with Photomatrix.


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