how can I change exposure metadata of Tiffs?
- I shot some RAW files, converted them normal exposure versions, +1 exposure versions, and
-1 exposure versions in Adobe Raw. Then loaded them into PTGui 8.1.1 on my Mac. But it
wont' work because I get the error message "All sources were taken with the same exposure
settings. To create HDR panos, take bracketed exposures" Of course I know this and usually
do it this way, but in this case, the wind was blowing the vegetation too much.
Is there a way to manipulate PTGui, OR the Tiff file's exposure metadata so I can run this as if
they were taken at different exposures? there must be!
- Chris wrote:
> Is there a way to manipulate PTGui, OR the Tiff file's exposureYou can simply edit exposure date in PTGUI, Image Parameters tab. You
> metadata so I can run this as if they were taken at different
> exposures? there must be
need to switch to advanced interface to do that. Then scroll to Exposure
columns and modify Exposure or Aperture.
To modify the TIFF files EXIF info directly use f.e. exiftool with (on
windows) exiftool GUI: http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/
For other OS search http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/#links