- Do you know this program? It is polish, but in english language.
I don`t understand all these parameters... Maybe easy, but not for me ;-)
- blok34c wrote:
>Yes, it has a lot going for it. You get very "clean" results, maybe because
> Do you know this program? It is polish, but in english language.
> I don`t understand all these parameters... Maybe easy, but not for me ;-)
it does not do local contrast enhancement, which sometimes seems to make
walls and other large areas of one color look very noisy. The only drawback
is that you have to make your hdr in another program (for instance
photoshop, HDRshop or the free hdr assembly utility from Photomatix), then
convert it to a floating tif before you can start in easyHDR. Assembling the
HDR in easyHDR does not give good results.
Once you have loaded your floating tif in easyHDR, do some previews on parts
of the image, using the bilateral compression instead of the gausian. It
produces a very low contrast result. Dont try to modify this in easyHDR, but
just check if the light level of the brightest area in the image and the
light level of the darkest area look ok. I usually use a compression factor
of between 1.7 and 2.4. Then process and save as 16 bit tif. Modify your
levels, contrast, saturation, etc. in Photoshop.
The two bedroom panoramas on this site were done with easyHDR:
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