…Okay, we took a look at an exterior, but interiors have their own challenges.…Particularly in the fact that you typically end up…with even a wider range of exposures to show.…Let's take a look at shot that has a whole bunch of things happening.…Let's load some bracketed photos here. And we'll take a look at an interior.…I'll grab these six images and hit Load.…This was definitely shot from a tripod, and there really is not much noise.…They were low ISO images and not a lot…of chromatic aberrations, so I'll just take a basic merge.…
In this case here, we were shooting interiors for…a hospital, and they wanted to be able to…show what a room looked like to potential people…who are going to be staying there for an extended period.…This is a hospital where children were going in for long medical procedures and…the parents and children, would be living for…up to a few months in the hospital room.…Okay.…We've got fusion for real estate, and lets just play with those same settings.…As we adjust the highlights, pay particular attention to things…
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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 Intermediate
HDR Photography: Shooting and Processingwith Ben Long4h 58m Intermediate
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. Post-Processing Your Image with Finishing Touches
Final thoughts1m 4s
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