Thank's a lot for your kind reply and help.
I will try your advice using a layer with the neutral exposure and a second
layer coming from the HDR result.
That should gives an interesing new composition.
Hope in the near future we could see your self-made HDR software as freeware
Roberto Gómez Torres
Mexico City, Mexico
Re: Some new Panormas with the Sigma F/4
Posted by: "dorindxn" Dorin@...
Sat May 19, 2007 5:58 am (PST)
Hi Roberto, it's about colors, as you know I use self-made software
for HDR merge, I intend to release it as a freeware but seems that is
need for some money to release and sustain a freeware. so it will
Anyway isn't about my software here, any software could be used,
only that software must produce what kind of result pleases you so
you must be his master not viceversa.
You must divide a pano in certain entities like trees, sky, ground,
water, stones, the color of which one must be as good as you can
obtain but close to natural look.
They must look natural (as you get the best picture of stones, say)
not color safe nor tone safe.
you have many colors/tones in your pano (say the second) but they
don't look natural starting with waterfall, stones and to end with
A better result was, in my oppinion of course, if you just make two
layers from normal exposed variant and over it second layer to be
your released hdr result, then making the second layer 75% or 50%
That's a simple approach and fix but could help.
p.s. please excuse my English
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