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Making HDR Pictures (Part IIC)
posted by espion - 26th of august, 2008
HDR pictures generated by Photomatix per se are not good enough for stock photos. There are three main defects that needs to be removed before it is of suitable quality, namely artefacts, high noise levels, and severe chromatic... More...
Making HDR Pictures (Part IIB)
posted by espion - 22nd of august, 2008
(This is a multi part article. The other parts are here: Part I, Part II, and Part IIA.) The four tabbed panels below the histogram in Photomatix's Tonemapping screen, are Tone, Colour, Micro and Shadow/Highlights. Tone works... More...
Making HDR Pictures (Part IIA)
posted by espion - 21st of august, 2008
When you load pictures, in RAW format, to Photomatix for HDR processing you specify what algorithms the processor is to use to correct for camera movements and objects motions in the scene. There are two algorithms for each. In... More...
Making HDR Pictures (Part II)
posted by espion - 19th of august, 2008
In Part I, I wrote about the capture of images for processing into HDR pictures. I need to add something I left out, namely that the capture should be in RAW format and not JPEG. And the reason is that HDR processing creates... More...
Making HDR pictures (Part I)
posted by espion - 19th of august, 2008
There are two steps in making a HDR picture, namely the capture and the processing. Actually this is the same as with the making of all photographs, but there are differences for the creation of HDR pictures. I will talk about... More...
High Dynamic Range - HDR
posted by litifeta - 14th of august, 2008
You have probably heard it called HDR, whereas the purists calls it HDRI – High Dynamic Range Imaging. Dynamic range refers to a range of values between dark and light greater than that which is possible in normal digital imaging.... More...
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