HDR - Which program?

Started May 29, 2011 | Discussions thread
Steve Bingham
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Re: Two-app workflow for better alignment

Masking off the HDR effect in certain areas is a good idea. You can also do this in PS CS5 by simply making a second layer with HDR and use masking or the erase tool.

Stephen Elms wrote:

I'll second Dynamic Photo HDR by Mediachance...I find I get the best results with that piece of software (and I have tried almost all of them)...Very user friendly and they have the ability to paint in or paint out the HDR effect in different areas of the image (for example if you wanted to remove the effect from just the trees in an image you can do that selectively)

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