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    I’ve used Photomatix (trial version) with good results. Is there any other software out there that I should try?

    (No, Pshop CS2 is not an option).

    #4977
    Klahanie
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    That’s all I’ve been using and I’m having fun with it. It seems to be the method of choice for a lot of people on Flickr too.

    #4978
    ubernerd42
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    Sounds like you’re using Windows, so this might not apply unless you want to muck about with Cygwin and such, but I use the pfstools/pfscalibration toolchain for my HDR work. Some of the results are quite impressive, but you do have to do a lot of playing around to get things to look right.

    #4979
    scingram
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    Photomatix is really the way to go here. Great software, easy to use and produces fantastic results.

    #4980
    Elsinore
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    I’m with ubernerd42 using pfstools/qpfstmo for tone mapping, though I’m also using Linux. The nice thing about pfstools, though, is that it has 7 different tone mapping options, though 3 or 4 of them seem to give the best results. Like he said, though, you need to do lots of experimenting with it.

    #4981
    Diggin
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    I use PS CS2 9 and don’t have a problem with it. Why is it not an option?

    #4982

    I use PS CS2 9 and don’t have a problem with it. Why is it not an option?

    Because it costs too much and I don’t like their security measures.

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