I begin to work with this great software : amazing results for the moment !
But , for sure, i have a question
I try to generate HDR panorama using raw files and bracketing, with a nikon 800.
For each position, i have 3 raw files and i've also 3 jpg files; i generate 2 HDR panoramas : the first with the raw, the second with the jpg
i've the feeling that the two results are the same in term of dynamic... i believe that the dynamic will be more important with the raw files, because, there are many "expositions" you can use in one raw file. Tell me if i make a mistake, but that means that for one position, juste 3 exposures for 3 raw files in fact ?
Tell me if i'm not clear, or if i should precise.
Thanks in advance
on-situ wrote:thank you Klaus for your fast answer and your precious advices
if i good understand, APG is not able to interpret the different exposures in a RAW file...
it is not possible for me to re-take the pictures
on-situ wrote:tell me if i'm in the wrong way, but the best solution is to generate for exemple 3 or 4 JPG (with different exposures) with a RAW ? and after having 10 pictures for one position and use APG for getting an HDR with more dynamic ?
klausesser wrote:I suggest to import the bracketed series into Photomatix, have it made to HDR and use tonemapping. The results you can save as TIFF/8bit or TIFF16bit or as JPGs whatever you like.
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