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Re: HDR software recommendation


I like that what DxO and C1p offer as "HDR" adjustment tools.
Photoshop and ACR too BTW...

Photomatrix is very quirky - I hate it. For gaudy ridiculous tone mappings (aka "HDR effects") Photomatrix is probably the worst - consuming way too much of my time and not producing any better results in the end from any of the other "HDR" tools I've used.



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There's only 2 Ts in Photomatrix guys...






Jan 18, 2013 at 04:35 AM
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Re: HDR software recommendation


I like that what DxO and C1p offer as "HDR" adjustment tools.
Photoshop and ACR too BTW...

Photomatrix is very quirky - I hate it. For gaudy ridiculous tone mappings (aka "HDR effects") Photomatrix is probably the worst - consuming way too much of my time and not producing any better results in the end from any of the other "HDR" tools I've used.



PS: There's only 2 Ts in Photomatrix guys...



Jan 18, 2013 at 04:35 AM
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Re: HDR software recommendation


I like that what DxO and C1p offer as "HDR" adjustment tools.
Photoshop and ACR too BTW...

Photomatrix is very quirky - I hate it. For gaudy ridiculous tone mappings (aka "HDR effects") Photomatrix is probably the worst - consuming way too much of my time and not producing any better results in the end from any of the other "HDR" tools I've used.



PS: There's only 2 Ts in Photomatrix.



Jan 18, 2013 at 04:34 AM
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Re: HDR software recommendation


I like that what DxO and C1p offer as "HDR" adjustment tools.
Photoshop and ACR too BTW...

Photomatrix is very quirky - I hate it. For gaudy ridiculous tone mappings (aka "HDR effects") Photomatrix is probably the worst - consuming way too much of my time and not producing any better results in the end from any of the other "HDR" tools I've used.




Jan 18, 2013 at 04:32 AM
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Re: HDR software recommendation


I like that what DxO and C1p offer as "HDR" adjustment tools.


Jan 18, 2013 at 02:57 AM



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