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Old 09-11-2006, 12:55 PM
bob2 bob2 is offline
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HDR Software Question...

I'm looking to learn HDR and what I have read so far I have these two to select from, Artizen HDR and Photomatix HDR. Having tried to compare the two I found that one has this and the other has that. I have CS2 HDR Merge but am not really impressed compared to photos I have seen using either of these two programs.

I guess I'm asking for so of you that have used either of these programs for your input for a beginner. Price not included.

Thanks in advance,
Bob
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Old 10-12-2006, 09:12 PM
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Re: HDR Software Question...

Hello Bob,

I just found this one and thought it might be interesting.
I would love to try it out myself, this is quite new to me.

Gala.
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