Photomatix Pro HDR Video Tutorial Tone Mapping Using Tone Compressor

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captainkimo.com – This video covers Photomatix Pro 4.1 tone mapping using Tone Compressor for more realistic HDR images. I also Use Photoshop Elements and Lightroom to post process the photo.

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Kim Seng says:

Single RAW and single JPG exposure are the same just different file types. In most cases RAW will produce better results.

shyamranger says:

is this a jpeg file or raw….can u teach us to do in Raw file format.

stanciu19 says:

Hey there, do you know “Photo SFXart Tricks” (do a Google search for it)? There you will find a great free video showing how you can create better pictures. It made it easier for Daniel to shoot pictures which have a wow-effect while you take a look at them. Hopefully it works for you as well.

Kim Seng says:

This wasn’t my photo, someone sent it to me by email. You don’t have to use raw files anyways. Just because they have more information doesn’t mean that the HDR program you are using will be able to take advantage of all the extra info. In some instances depending on your camera using JPEG will produce a better result.

Wayne Dickson says:

Why are you using jpegs?

TThompson79 says:

Hey, thanks to your webpage intro to HDR I did it for the first time yesterday morning at sunrise. I have never been more happy with my photography thanks!

TheManapple123 says:

Link to picture? That looks great

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