Mono HDR

Started Feb 13, 2012 | Discussions thread
FeedMe Senior Member • Posts: 2,474
Re: Mono HDR

I meant that all the hdr programs work differently on a single image then they do multiples.

On singles all they generally do is bump up contrast and a bit of sharpness - extra contrast loses detail in the dark and high light areas = reduced tonal range. clipping, if you like.

Test image, from camera:

Same image, hdr'd - note less detail on leaves.

seajunky wrote:

I agree that a 3 picture HDR has three time the ammount of light in it, therefor it should have a better tonal range. A single picture HDR only has the same ammount of light as a standard picture, but what do you mean by a reduced tonal value?

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