Dynamic Before-and-After

Use the sliders in any of the images below to see the before and the after of the respective image blended into each other. If you are using a tablet PC, simply tap on the image to move the slider to that position. The before image (single exposure straight out of the camera) is always shown on the left and the after image (fully processed final image) is on the right.

If you currently only see a single image, click on this link to open the whole list!

The Parliament (HDR)

This is the before-and-after comparison of "The Parliament (HDR)". On the left side, you see the original 0 EV source photo straight out of the camera. The right side shows the final image that is based on a 6-shot exposures with shutter speeds between 0.6s and 15s. The image was processed in Photomatix Pro 4.2 and Photoshop CS6.

Light my Way (HDR Vertorama)

This is the HDR before and after comparison of "Light my Way (HDR Vertorama)". The final image was created from 4x3 TIFF files (4 series of 3 autobracketed RAW images, +2, 0, -2EV that were converted to TIFFs using Abobe Camera RAW). The result of the HDR merging, tone-mapping, stitching, perspective correction, cropping, and retouching can be seen on the left. The right side shows the final image after a number of post-processing steps executed in Photoshop CS6.

Santorini Cathedral (HDR)

This is the before-and-after comparison of "Santorini Cathedral (HDR)". On the left side, you see the original 0EV photo straight out of the camera. The right side shows the final image after a number of post-processing steps executed in Photoshop. This image is based on a 6-shot autobracketing series with +2EV to -3EV in 1EV steps.

The Alley (HDR)

This is the before-and-after comparison of "The Alley (HDR)". On the left, you see the original 0EV photo straight out of the camera. The right side shows the final image after a number of post-processing steps executed in Photoshop. This image is based on a 3-shot autobracketing series with -2, 0 and +2 EV.

Sunset Gate (HDR)

This is the before-and-after comparison of "Sunset Gate (HDR)". On the left, you see the original 0EV photo straight out of the camera. The right side shows the final image after a number of post-processing steps executed in Photoshop. This image is based on a standard 3-shot autobracketing series with +2, 0 and -2 ev.

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    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hallo Robert,

      danke für dein Feedback. Eine ausführliche Beschreibung findest du auf der jeweiligen Photo Page (Link jeweils unten links). Das alles hier rein zu packen wäre zu viel des Guten.

      Gruß
      Klaus

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  1. Gary
    Gary says:

    Klaus, those pictures are magnificent. what a beautiful way to show the before and after. The slider is a fun interactive tool.

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  2. heinz
    heinz says:

    That is great… I can only hope to get
    even half that good. I keep working at it.
    Heinz
    PS, When I told you in my last post that
    I came to the US in 1948 I didn’t say I’m
    from Fürstenfeldbruck.

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  3. edmundo martinez
    edmundo martinez says:

    para los novatos como yo,gran aportacion la suya lo agradezco tenemos mucho por recorrer para llegar a esa meta´.

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  4. Donna
    Donna says:

    I am still getting notifications to join even though i have signed up on your site already. Do i need to do anything else so i will quit getting the notifications to join?
    Love your tutorials
    Thanks for sharing

    Reply
  5. Robert
    Robert says:

    I wonder why you never post about photomatix Exposure Fusion? Always refer to Tone Mapping.
    I rarely use tone mapping…rather I find E.Fusion Mach more effective. Can you explain why they offer E.F. If no one but me seems to be using it….
    Out of thousands of HDR pix I’ve processed….only a couple have worked for me in Tone Mapping…
    Just curious if you have a perspective on EF?

    Thanks.

    Robert
    Bobbyp28@hotmail.com

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