Learn Fusion/Real Estate workflow using photos taken inside Photomatix Pro


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Working with Fusion/Real Estate workflow using photos taken inside

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 ...

Working with Fusion/Real Estate workflow using photos taken inside
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Working with Fusion/Real Estate workflow using photos taken inside provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Up and Running with Photomatix Pro

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