photomatix 4.0.2 license key?

By Gavin  Apr, 15, 2011   Posted in HDR Software Review
photomatix 4.0.2 license key? Photomatix Pro processes multiple photographs of a high contrast scene into a single image with details in both highlights and shadows. Photomatix offers two types of processes to increase the dynamic range. One process is called HDR Tone Mapping, the other Exposure Blending. Both processes are designed to produce an image with an increased apparent dynamic range, but their results are different. You should try both and then choose the...

HDR construction and editing process for three software tools: Adobe Photoshop, Photomatrix Pro, and FDRTools

By Gavin  Apr, 08, 2011   Posted in HDR Tutorial
This is one of the best written instruction books I’ve read for just about anything. It’s succinct, yet thorough. The particular examples discuss not just how to use the software, but also give an understanding of what approaches lead to certain results. Nightengale discusses the HDR construction and editing process for three software tools: Adobe Photoshop, Photomatrix Pro, and FDRTools. He is careful to emphasize the advantages and...

Developing from RAW

By Gavin  Apr, 07, 2011   Posted in DSLR Camera
Developing from RAW Developing from RAW Many photographers idolize RAW, and many more take it less religiously but still use it as a matter of course. Then there are those who avoid it completely. If you do shoot to RAW, you need a way to get your pictures out of RAW into a format that can be used by anyone. A brief refresher to start. RAW is actually less a format than it is a group of formats that share the trait of containing raw picture data. Normally your...

How to Making Calendars in Zoner Photo Studio

By Gavin  Apr, 07, 2011   Posted in HDR Software Review
How to Making Calendars in Zoner Photo Studio How to Making Calendars in Zoner Photo Studio Even if we don’t count the major gift-giving seasons, there are many times in a year where you need a calendar to fit certain aesthetic and functional demands, and nothing commerically available meets that need. In that case, you can make your own in Zoner Photo Studio. The program includes a Calendars wizard with templates that make the job easy. You can use these templates—39 in total—to...

Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera Reviews

By Gavin  Apr, 01, 2011   Posted in HDR Camera Review
Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera Reviews The Nikon D7000 is a professional DSLR camera equipped with full 1080p HD recording capabilities, high resolution and a lightweight design. The Nikon D7000 comes with a vast selection of features and provides high-quality, professional photos, but it’s simple enough that anyone new to DSLR technology can pick up the device and capture images from the get-go. Design: The Nikon D7000 professional DSLR camera features an attractive...

Using JPEGS to create HDR images in Photomatix Pro?

By Gavin  Mar, 31, 2011   Posted in HDRI
A JPEG is 8-bit. RAW formats are normally 12-, 14- or even 16-bit and RAW processing software handles them at 16-bit. Therefore you’ll need to shoot at least 16, possibly up to 256, JPEGs to match the potential *smoothness* of tonality from an HDR of two RAW images. The normal numbers of 2,3,5,7 frames won’t cut it. And, of course, you can apply the significant tweaks you want to RAW files *before* using either them or JPEGs for the HDR...

Heavy tonemapped High Dynamic Range images (HDR)?

By Gavin  Mar, 28, 2011   Posted in HDR photos
Heavy tonemapped High Dynamic Range images (HDR)? Many people like the “look” of heavy tonemapped High Dynamic Range images (HDR). While Lightroom does not produce HDR images, one can simulate the look do a degree. This Preset does not work on all types of images. Dark images will look downright awful and images with lots of blue (sky and water) will not look right either. However, it provides great effects when used for buildings, street scenes and even some...

AKVIS HDRFactory is a versatile program for creating High Dynamic Range images and making photo correction

By Gavin  Mar, 23, 2011   Posted in HDR Software Review
AKVIS HDRFactory is a versatile program for creating High Dynamic Range images and making photo correction AKVIS HDRFactory is a versatile program for creating High Dynamic Range images and making photo correction. AKVIS HDRFactory creates HDR photos (High Dynamic Range Imaging – an image with high dynamic range) by combining several images of the same object taken with different exposure values. The result is an expressive contrasting image that reflects reality with a higher level of authenticity than a simple snapshot. By...

The ideal HDR photo is a sandwich of three photos

By Gavin  Mar, 17, 2011   Posted in HDR Tutorial
The ideal HDR photo is a sandwich of three photos Source:http://www.gearlog.com   High dynamic range photos are built from multiple shots of the same image that are merged with special software. The ideal HDR photo is a sandwich of three photos, one shot with the default exposure; one underexposed by two f/stops, meaning it gets one-quarter as much light; and one overexposed by two f/stops, meaning it gets four times as much light. Many cameras, including most all DSLRs, can be set to...

Pentax has launched the Optio S1 digital compact camera :Belt HDR mode

By Gavin  Mar, 13, 2011   Posted in HDR Camera Review
Pentax has launched the Optio S1 digital compact camera :Belt HDR mode Pentax has launched the Optio S1 digital compact camera in three apparently ‘gem-like’ finishes. Sporting a 14MP sensor, 2.7″ LCD and 5x optical zoom that starts at a wide 28mm equivalent, it features 720p HD video recording, sensor-shift image stabilization and a High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode. The camera also comes with the latest set of image-processing filters including Miniature and HDR filter. PENTAX UNVEILS OPTIO S1...

iPhone 4 and the Pro HDR application from EyeApps

By Gavin  Mar, 13, 2011   Posted in iPhone HDR
iPhone 4 and the Pro HDR application from EyeApps It’s a landscape burned into the American historical consciousness. Utah’s surreal and beautiful Monument Valley has served as a backdrop for countless Hollywood westerns. Now, our roving reporter and avid photographer Mel Martin has captured the vista right before sunset using his iPhone 4 and the Pro HDR application from EyeApps. Click the image for the full-res version. This is a perfect example of the great work iPhone...

Do you like HDR photography?

By Gavin  Mar, 13, 2011   Posted in HDR Tutorial
High-dynamic-range (HDR) photography — the art of creating one image by combining multiple exposures — has gained popularity along with some criticism in recent years. The result can transform an ordinary photograph into an image that looks like a painting. But critics complain that the result is over-processed and unrealistic. Traditionally, HDR images have been created by taking three photos of the same scene at different...

HDR images/photos From JAPAN

By Gavin  Mar, 03, 2011   Posted in HDR photos
HDR images/photos From JAPAN In image processing, computer graphics, and photography, high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminance between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods. This wide dynamic range allows HDR images to more accurately represent the range of intensity levels found in real scenes, ranging from direct...

Photomatix discount/coupon code 2011:“ HDRIT ” For 15% OFF

By Gavin  Mar, 03, 2011   Posted in Photo Software Coupon Code
I’ld like to share a photomatix coupon 2011 I received from HDRSoft, the creators of Photomatix. Save money when you buy Photomatix enter coupon code: HDRIT Photomatix Pro discount/coupon code. Use “ HDRIT ” when you buy any Photomatix software for 15% off at the time of purchase. Remember, you can download a free trial version of Photomatix Pro and try it before you buy. When you are ready to purchase Photomatix, use the...

Making an HDR effect with Shadows/Highlights

By Gavin  Mar, 02, 2011   Posted in HDR Tutorial
Making an HDR effect with Shadows/Highlights To do HDR photography you have to take several images of the subject varying the exposure in each one to get a full tonal range. Then you merge together using HDR software to get the results you require. However you can do this with one photo and get reasonable results. In photoshop you can alter the exposure manually. Go to Image-Adjustments-Exposure (see below) original This opens up this box. Next alter the top slider till it shows...

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