56342Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: HDR tools for Large Panos
- Mar 5, 2013to be precise: there isn't anything you can do in lightroom you can't
do in camera raw as they're using the same engine.
so 32-bit treatment works very fine from camera raw 7.1+. just force
photoshop to open tiffs and psd/psb files in camera raw instead of
directly opening them in photoshop.
what you can't do in photoshop is the new light/shadow editing in LR/CR
which is superior to any photoshop internal color/contrast tools
especially for 32 bit images. the clarity adjustment in LR/CR can only
partly replaced in photoshop by high radius unsharp masking.
Am 05.03.13 12:16, schrieb kilgore661@...:
> I don't have Lightroom but as I understand it, there isn't anything you
> can do in Lightroom that you can't do in Photoshop which I do have.
> Thanks for the idea though.
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> <mailto:PanoToolsNG%40yahoogroups.com>, "David" wrote:
> > Did you look at Lightroom (4.1+) which now supports developing of
> 32bit tiff files?
> > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
> <mailto:PanoToolsNG%40yahoogroups.com>, "kilgore661@" wrote:
> > >
> > > I'm looking for some software to tone map/fuse large panoramic
> images. I have been using Photomatix but in my experience that is
> limited to images of about 30,000 x 15,000 pixels and my images can be
> lot larger than this.
> > >
> > > I'm looking at alternative progams (Oleono HDREngine, TuFuse,
> Photoshop CS5) but they all seem to assume your image will e.g. fit into
> 32 bits, and I was hoping someone may already have better knowledge
> about what's out there.
> > >
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