Monthly Archives: July 2009

Photomatix Registration Redo

On my first posting about Photomatix HDR I mentioned that I was disappointed that the registration of the images wasn’t very good. The same images were very tight in the PS CS3 HDR conversion, but didn’t work well when I did … Continue reading

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Summer Fun – a composite

A few weeks ago I was sitting in the back reading ‘Within the Frame’. Naturally, I had my camera in my lap while I read. Just to enhance the reading experience. My daughter and her cousin were jumping on the tramp. … Continue reading

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a Pseudo-HDR image

This is a follow up to my last post. In that post, where I created an ‘HDR’ image from a single RAW file I lightly threw out the following statement: I guess it isn’t technically an HDR, just the Tone … Continue reading

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HDR from a single image

As promised, here’s my next foray into the realm of HDR. I ran a single RAW image through the Photomatix Tone Map. I guess it isn’t technically an HDR, just the Tone Map. Still, I wanted to see the impact. … Continue reading

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