HDR Testshots tonemapped with SNS-HDR

Started by Schloime, November 21, 2012, 05:35:49 PM

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Just another few shots done with ML HDR, iso 100 and iso 800. Resolution is 720p50 to have 25 FPS left.
As I see it, ghosting is minimal, but there is quite a bit of noise in flat places like walls.

I separated the mov into tifs (Malcolm, thanks for a beautiful tool, but for this workflow I needed the pics in one folder in the original bright/dark order) and then used SNS-HDR pro version to batch process the whole bunch of pics. Then batch rename all pics since they are named now in only odd numbers (1,3,5,7...) and import them into editor of choice, in my case LightWorks.

edit: I thought that tif might be a better choice than jpg, but actually it makes no difference, so next time I could use HDSLR Offloader again and just copy all frames back into one folder.

The choice of saturation and brightness in some shots could be better, but still, it shows the potential of HDR.

600D, EF-S 17-85, EF-S 55-200, SNS-HDR, Photoshop7, Lightroom, Lightwave, Lightworks, Light everywhere