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HDR Cookbook – Pics to play with: Santorini Cathedral (HDR)

Santorini Cathedral (HDR)Here are the source images of the “Santorini Cathedral” image. Its a set of 6 exposures for you to download and play with.

Go back to the Pics-to-play-with feature list to get more pics and some general information.

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  1. Bobbi Mercouri
    Bobbi Mercouri says:

    Great Wow Factor!

    question: I don’t understand why you align the photos in photoshop, and then bring them into Photomatix. What does Photomatix do that Topaz & Photoshop don’t do?

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    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hi Bobbi!

      Thanks! In my opinion, Photomatix does a better job at merging and tone-mapping the images. You could also do that in Photoshop, but I just don’t like the results too much (go to http://farbspiel-photo.com/hdr-cookbook/creating-32-bit-hdrs to see the reason).

      In fact, I use Photomatix also for the alignment. For the pics-to-play-with features, however, I just needed to align the images and then save them individually. That’s why I used Photoshop here.

      Cheers
      Klaus
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  2. Jane
    Jane says:

    I love Santorini, been several times but never been inside the churches, which Cathedral was it? I am going to try and do these in HDR Darkroom and I have made a mental note to visit the cathedral myself next summer when we visit again-never thought of that. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us:)

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