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HDR Software

Nickfrayne 11 43 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2014 8:18PM
Hi Guys

I wanted to have a go at printing some HDR photos, is it a case of setting the camera up and taking 3 photos, I under I correct and 1 overexposed, then running them thru some software ?

What software is everyone using , what do I need to buy ?

Thanks for your help with this one, cheers.

Dann 7 250 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2014 9:38PM
Google 'Enfuse'.

With Lightroom...? Job done.
MartinBrown 10 265 England
15 Jul 2014 8:07AM
Photomatix is one of the best, along with Nik's HDR efex. These are the two I use

You also have oleneo, machinery, and a host of others
andybebbs 13 624 1 England
15 Jul 2014 8:57AM
I use photomatix to and would recommend it.
MikeA 16 1.3k England
15 Jul 2014 9:12AM
I also have Photomatrix but would try SNS - HDR Pro or Oloneo PhotoEngine to start with. Try the free trials and decide the which one suits you.
Over expose / nornal / over expose is the simple way to look at HDR but to get the best you need to spot meter the scene to find the dynamic range and bracket your exposures to suit. Just Google for tutorials to get you started.

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