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Re: HDR and RAW processing

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  • Bruce Anderson
    Erik, ... Would you say this is as important when using a Photoshop action like yours for contrast blending? Bruce Anderson
    Message 1 of 8 , Dec 6, 2006
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      Erik,

      > However, if you convert your RAWs to TIFF or JPG prior to merge to
      > HDR you must ensure that all images are treated exactly equal. This
      > means *no* automatic settings of any kind. All the same exposure,
      > white balance, saturation, gamma, curve and so on. And if possible no
      > contrast enhancement and altering of the standard curve since all
      > this changes have to be undone by the HDR merging software.

      Would you say this is as important when using a Photoshop action like
      yours for contrast blending?

      Bruce Anderson
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