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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Orion_996 Click here to enlarge
    for the sake of sounding stupid... whats F22?
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    ahhhhh cool, thanks.
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    Hi I've tried this and my pictures are previewing really pixelated, am i doing something wrong? do you add all the pictures to the EasyHDR (base, bright, dark)
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Hackstra Click here to enlarge
    Hi I've tried this and my pictures are previewing really pixelated, am i doing something wrong? do you add all the pictures to the EasyHDR (base, bright, dark)

    yeh you add all 3 images.. you need to make sure you are using high res pics or it will pixelate... sometimes it will get a bit of noise so add like 0.4 gaussian blur.... if your pics are too dark or too light and not evenly spaced +2 0 -2 you can find that bits of one will come through in spots when blended, this might be your pixelation problem...Click here to enlarge
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    No way would I ever use this method
    Sorry to kill the thread, but I wouldn't even call this a HDR image.
    Reason:
    - Each f-stop you choose to go above/under has a whole different level of brightness/contrast/colours/shadows, which you simply cannot try to replicate using simple adjustments.
    - Doing these adjustments manually, you don't know how far above/under you have gone, so the image becomes unbalanced.

    There really is no easy way to do HDR. There is a lot of time involved in getting the image right.

    Another way of getting the pictures right, is to use the raw images, and not ones pre-converted to jpg. The difference is really noticable.
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