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That sounds pretty cool for the interior photographer type - Steve Kershaw may be interested in that, he strobes living rooms (see the off camera flash thread) so if you've got limited flashes you could just move them around bit by bit and get the coverage you need.
If anyone's got the time, inclination and relevent product keys, it'd be good to see a HDR scene done in each of the above programs and see what differences you get - get an idea of speed of use, ease of use, whether the results look like toytown or the real thing AND how easy it is to get something looking real... e.g. "Details Enhancer" in photomatix is a pig get a decent result with, "Tone Compressor" is a lot easier and "Exposure Fusion" is very easy.
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Not seen it before, but I can see it being really useful for interior architectural shots, or complex light painting projects
also, if you needed lots of light for something like a car photo, you could bung your flashes togehter to get a stop more light, then move them around the car, taking more shots as you go - then use relight to get full coverage...
that's a mini project for me this weekend sorted
anyone got a decent car for me to shoot?
Quote: That sounds pretty cool for the interior photographer type
Yes I'm mentioning this in the review. They could set up a balanced shot and adjust the balance later. I didn't think of the flash aspect though. That could also work really well because you'd just need to take one shot with the flash in one position, then shoot again with it in the second position and repeat for a total of six. And then you can not only adjust the brightness of each flash region but the colour too so the gel process could be don later and varied. Might have to go out tonight with my flash!
This one was processed with Photomatix & tonemapped using details enhancer.
This one done with Oloneo PhotoEngine.
Both taken into P/S & finished with a curves adjustment & minimal sharpening for the web.
I must admit,I prefer the colour & tones in the Oloneo processed image.
I haven't got all the other programs .....else I would have done the lot
A difficult scene to process with all that glass but I think the second one looks more like the shop as I remember it
yeah - it does look better
I used to get fed up of things looking really faded and blue with Details Enhancer - look at the colour of the wood on the RHS cabinet in the 2 shots - rich brown in the lower one, blueish hues entering with the top one
that's why many of my shots ended up being processed as monos, or with just yellows showing, or just strange colours - trying to avoid those quirks of Details Enhancer
The Picturenaut looks interesting as its opensource. Some of the results look pretty good..
Picturenaut gives some very good results. Very close to Photomatix regarding detial and good colours and what I have been using up to now.
Downloaded it and it wont install ??
here's a Oloneo HDR
most of the va va voom of the shot came from Nic Software, but the HDR processing was from Oloneo
So maybe you could post the image without the "va va voom" and just show the HDR processing from Oloneo?
.....it doen't exist, I saved the va-va-voom one over the top, but I have others... hang on a sec
just 3 RAW files put through the mill
and here's the result, bunnies and all
And there's a lesson to us all - save your versions, composites, experiments, etc. because someday, someone will ask you for it...and they might even want to pay for it.
well I've still got the raws....
I could recreate for ££££££££££
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