Aha! Good idea. Thanks... I'll try that. I ran into the problem of wrong contrast, etc., when I tried pasting in one of the set of images but I didn't think of using pseudo HDR to get it closer to what was needed.
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On Aug 3, 2012, at 8:12 PM, Erik Krause <erik.krause@...> wrote:
> Am 03.08.2012 02:43, schrieb Roger D Williams:
>> Yes, this ghosting in HDR processing is the reason I usually try to
>> get away with pseudo HDR from a single RAW image, which is often
>> viable now that noise levels are so much lower and underexposed areas
>> can be brought up into the light without looking awful. That woman
>> sir, is my wife! (grin)
> You can either use a non-merged image for the face (just remap the one
> image, paste it as layer in photoshop and paint a mask). Or - if this
> doesn't work out due to different contrast - do a pseudo HDR just of the
> one image. I do this often if I can't successfully align handheld
> bracketed shots.
> Erik Krause