Posts Tagged With 'exposure fusion'

What is the best workflow: Exposure Fusion or HDR Tone Mapping?

By Gavin  Jan, 23, 2014   Posted in HDR Tutorial
What is the best workflow: Exposure Fusion or HDR Tone Mapping? This depends on the dynamic range of the scene, the characteristics of the differently exposed images and the effect you want to achieve. Our recommendation is to try both. The table below lists the main pros and cons of both processes.   Pros Cons HDR Tone Mapping HDR image file can be saved, enabling to tone map the same image with other methods or other...

What are the differences between Exposure Fusion and HDR/Tone mapping?

By Gavin  Jun, 09, 2011   Posted in HDR Tutorial
What are the differences between Exposure Fusion and HDR/Tonemapping? Both processes start from the same source files: differently exposed Low Dynamic Range (LDR) images. And both attempt to produce as final result an LDR image that shows tonal details of the entire dynamic range captured by the different exposures. The differences are in the process itself. Exposure Fusion consists in combining the differently exposed images in such a way that...

HDR photography photo workshop:Exposure Fusion or HDR Tone Mapping?

By Gavin  Jun, 06, 2011   Posted in HDR Tutorial
HDR photography photo workshop:What is the best workflow: Exposure Fusion or HDR Tone Mapping? This depends on the dynamic range of the scene, the characteristics of the differently exposed images and the effect you want to achieve. Our recommendation is to systematically try both, using Batch Processing from the Automate menu. What we usually do for any set of image, is to first run the batch with the three following methods: · Tone Mapping...

Photomatix Pro Tutorial – Exposure Fusion

By Gavin  Apr, 25, 2011   Posted in HDR Software Review, HDR Tutorial
Photomatix Pro Tutorial – Exposure Fusion  If you decide to purchase any Photomatix product, you will get an instant 15% discount by entering the following coupon code on the order form: HDRIT Prior to getting started on the tutorial, I want to explain what Exposure Fusion really is.  Exposure Fusion is not technically HDR.  Rather, it is the combining of bracketed images into a low dynamic range image, with the intention of creating an image with a more “natural”...

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