Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video The Fusion/Natural workflow, part of Learning Photomatix Pro.
…Let's take a look at another style of…HDR photography, which is essentially merging multiple exposures together.…You could do this with several exposures, a whole range, or just even…a single image that's a RAW file that essentially gets developed two ways.…Imagine, if you shot a scene and you develop for…what was happening outside the window and then inside the scene.…The cool thing is, is that when dealing with these images,…Photomatix can merge them together to show you a wider…dynamic range without really doing anything that stylizes the image.…
It simply recreates something that's more natural, like the eye can see.…Let's take a look at the first style.…I want to fuse together these seven shots of a waterfall.…Let's open that up and we'll reduce the noise…a little bit, and I'm going to enable Exposure Fusion here.…And click OK.…Let's open up a series of images and merge them together.…I'll right-click here and open this with Photomatix,…and I'm going to merge these together for tone mapping or fusion.…
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- Loading bracketed photos
- Aligning source images
- Reducing noise and chromatic aberration
- Tone mapping with methods
- Fusing a single image or multiple images
- Removing color cast
- Automating with batch processing
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Loading Bracketed Photos
2. Preprocessing Images with Photomatix
3. An Overview of Tone Mapping and the Exposure Fusion Workflow
4. Tone Mapping in Depth
5. Exposure Fusion in Depth
6. Advanced Options to Solve Problems
7. Development Challenge
Final thoughts1m 4s
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