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Aug 25, 2015 18:33 as a reply to  @ post 17682889 |  #7381

It does. It's rare that I have to go back in to the fused image and tweak the WB


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Aug 26, 2015 08:02 |  #7382

digirebelva wrote in post #17682887 (external link)
I pick one image, adjust the highlights and WB and sync it with the rest of the group before I stack them.

This is what I have done for landscape work...and it seems to have much better results...good to know to apply it to architectural work too.


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Aug 26, 2015 11:58 |  #7383

digirebelva wrote in post #17682926 (external link)
It does. It's rare that I have to go back in to the fused image and tweak the WB

I never knew that. I just took the bracketed images in LR and merged them and then adjusted WB with the HDR image. Maybe this would explain why the colors always look weird. I didn't know that changes made to files before the merge would carry over, I thought they were ignored.


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Aug 26, 2015 14:17 |  #7384

tytlyf wrote in post #17683750 (external link)
I never knew that. I just took the bracketed images in LR and merged them and then adjusted WB with the HDR image. Maybe this would explain why the colors always look weird. I didn't know that changes made to files before the merge would carry over, I thought they were ignored.

Well this is the first time I thought of it so I'm enjoying getting some confirmation from others. I think what may be happening is that the merging process magnifies any off color issues so clearing them up before hand gives a cleaner merge. But that's a purely non-technical guess.


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Aug 26, 2015 15:04 |  #7385

In LR6/CC, making adjustments then merging cancels out those adjustments according to Adobe.


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Aug 26, 2015 15:16 |  #7386

DisrupTer911 wrote in post #17683934 (external link)
In LR6/CC, making adjustments then merging cancels out those adjustments according to Adobe.

Interesting. Didn't seem to this time. Maybe white balance is not included. I think I'll make some extreme WB adjustment and see what happens.


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Aug 26, 2015 18:24 as a reply to  @ rgs's post |  #7387

maybe i misunderstood it then but i thought i read it as, making development adjustments each picture of a pano/hdr merge cancels out after you merge the files and make the .dng file


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Aug 26, 2015 18:53 |  #7388

one from the other day. 5 shot bracket.


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Aug 26, 2015 22:24 |  #7389

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Beautiful Ken. How did you process this? LR HDR merge?


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Aug 26, 2015 22:49 |  #7390

DisrupTer911 wrote in post #17684165 (external link)
maybe i misunderstood it then but i thought i read it as, making development adjustments each picture of a pano/hdr merge cancels out after you merge the files and make the .dng file

As I recall when I read that about LR HDR I thought the context referred to adjustments like cropping, various brushes, lens distortion corrections, convergence corrections and things like that which would basically make the merge impossible or impractical. I will have to look into it more but my WB corrections pre merge did seem to hold.


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Aug 27, 2015 06:10 as a reply to  @ DisrupTer911's post |  #7391

While I see what you are saying, personal observation seems to contradict that statement. I know that when I make obvious WB adjustments, then stack and merge, I don't have to go back and fix the WB in the merged file (occasionally tweak yes, but no wholesale adjustments). So either LR is fixing the WB on its own (highly unlikely), or it is keeping at least that adjustment and running with it.


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Nice and clean and I like the depth of the second one. Your work with flash is very nice and not as flat as most. On of the reasons I keep coming back to available light and EF (now LR HDR) is the better light modeling and lighting in multiple rooms or areas. But you are getting very similar results with your flash. Congrats.


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Aug 27, 2015 15:39 as a reply to  @ rgs's post |  #7394

Thank you, I'm happy with how far my technique has come.
One of these day's I'll come through on my promise to create a write-up on this process.

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Aug 27, 2015 15:49 |  #7395

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Thank you, I'm happy with how far my technique has come.
One of these day's I'll come through on my promise to create a write-up on this process.

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Yea! I'm still waiting!! :lol:


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