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Old 12th Jan 2010, 08:28 PM   #1
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Question Which program do people use to edit HDR images ???

Which program do people use to edit HDR images ???


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Old 13th Jan 2010, 01:12 AM   #2
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Photoshop? HDRshop?
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Old 13th Jan 2010, 04:16 PM   #3
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is that "Adobe PhotoShop" right ??
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Quite right. You can combine different exposures into a HDRI or even create one yourself from scratch with the overbright brushes in 32bit mode.

Beloved Photoshop... the one and only.
There are some other sweet apps out there for stitching up HDRIs for spherical mapping though.

But most stuff can be done... if not all ... in Adobe's PS.

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Erm, what he forgot to mention is they didn't do HDR support before version CS2 or 3 - There's also HDRshop and as I recall from the amiga days Photogenics http://www.idruna.com/photogenicshdr.html but I don't know if that actually exists or is a ghost ?

At the bottom of this wiki entry is a bunch of sofrware which supports editing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_dynamic_range_imaging can't say which is better or good?
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There's also HDRshop and as I recall from the amiga days Photogenics
Ahh, Photogenics -- those were the days...
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Normally just Photoshop
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i agree with the people here, Photoshop CS5 is the way to go.
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might have to upgrade the Adobe 7 to cs5


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Photomatix Pro, which is also available for Photoshop CS5, Lightroom, Aperture as a plugin. It has more features than Photoshop which is where i use it the most, sometimes in Aperture for in the field laptop hdr creation / adjustments.

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I use Adobe Photoshop CS5. It is the best option for image. It contains many new features like
- Complex selections made easy
- Content-Aware Fill
- Superior HDR imaging
- Extraordinary painting effects
- Automatic lens correction
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I must agree. Photoshop CS5 is by and far the best option. I would not use anything different...
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