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Old Posted Apr 22, 2007, 1:44 AM
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I use Photomatixm which Ninjatune recommended for me. I'm pretty happy with it, but maybe there are better software out there.

I don't really like those hardcore HDR images at all. I'm more into subtle HDR, and Photomatix is a great application for that:

This image is made from three unique raw-files.

This one is made from a single raw-file.

This one is an JPG-image that I actually did some minimal work on in Photomatix. Although it's hardly noticable, and I honestly don't think it made any difference whatsoever.

By the way, I think there are some tutorials on Flickr regarding HDR images from JPG-photos (ie. non-raw). Don't expect the quality to be that phenomenal though...
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