Re: hdr, photomatix and photoshop
- On Monday, June 02, 2008 at 20:31, maston67 wrote:
> What do you think produces the best results.enfuse and tufuse used on the single image stacks. There is a GUI
version of tufuse, called tufuse Pro:
PTGui uses exposure fusion on the result panoramas, which is time
consuming and can give artifacts in Zenith and Nadir.
> As regards the colour temperature thing it's not a white balanceYes, as Carel wrote photomatix (and FDRTools to a lower extent) have
> issue as the images I'm using all have correct white balances for
> outsides and insides on the original raw files. They only go orange
> after tonemapping.
the tendency to increase saturation (sometimes in a strange way).
Exposure fusion won't do that, it is a very sophisticated way of
exposure blending which uses the best exposed parts of each image.
Hence there should be no change in saturation. But actually it is a
white balance issue, intensified by tonemapping.