…As we've been working in Photmatics Pro, I've been…using the unified interface, which blocks out other applications.…That can be useful, but maybe you want to see down your desktop as you're working.…So, in this case, you'll notice that I'm in unified window.…If I click floating windows, when I start to…open things it's going to change things just a bit.…For example,…let's load some photos.…I'll select these seven images from the Seattle skyline,…and click load,…and choose okay.…This was shot on a tripod, and there's not really many ghosts.…
I'm going to bypass noise reduction for right now,…and chromatic aberration, and simply merge those images.…There we go.…You'll notice that all of these windows are independently able to be moved.…So, for example, maybe you need to rearrange things.…Now, I've got my desktop set to a pretty low resolution because I…want to be able to let you see things with a nice large magnification.…But, the benefit here is that you do have some flexibility to re-size things.…And so those floating windows can be changed.…
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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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