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Unread postby mireille » 24.01.2007 07:09

Hello Dany,

I gave a try with the hdr in new version!
Is it possible to include an algorythm to fit perfectly stack and align exposures to eliminate ghosting!

This is a main problem in making hdr with combining multiple exposures that has non static objects!

Thank you
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Unread postby mireille » 03.02.2007 07:19

Am I clear of what I am talking about???
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Unread postby Ariel » 04.02.2007 05:20

I've done HDRs, and it works fine. Do you notice ghosting after you merge the images?

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Unread postby Dan Kozub » 04.02.2007 11:11

As I understand you have moving object in the picture so it appears a ghost. We plan to create standalone application for HDR and other types of stacking with Retouching functions like in Heliocn Focus. This means you will be able to retouch ghost by cloning info from selected source file.

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Unread postby mireille » 05.02.2007 09:04

Yes you are right!
It occurs when stacking images with trees!

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