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Apr 12, 2009 01:22 |  #1

So im trying to create an HDR image with a single file.

In photoshop i under expose the image and over expose by +/- 1 stop, then i take the 3 files (over exposed/correctly exposed/under exposed) and run them through CS2's HDR program, but then i get an error saying there isnt enough dynamic range. How can i fix this?


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Apr 12, 2009 02:08 |  #2

OneEyedJack wrote in post #7713399 (external link)
So im trying to create an HDR image with a single file.

In photoshop i under expose the image and over expose by +/- 1 stop, then i take the 3 files (over exposed/correctly exposed/under exposed) and run them through CS2's HDR program, but then i get an error saying there isnt enough dynamic range. How can i fix this?

I had same problem trying to create HDR from a single file, it didnt work in photoshop but it works perfect in Photomatix , anyway, Photoshop isn't great for HDR.....get yourself Photomatix, you won't regret!!! Good luck.


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Apr 12, 2009 02:26 |  #3

I watched some youtube vids on it, and id love to say i tookk your advice, but about 5 minutes after posting this, i got photomatix :)


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Apr 12, 2009 03:24 |  #4

Photoshop will recognize that this is not 3 unique files hence the error code.
Will only accept 3 original images to create HDR


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