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Whats the best way blend these three Photos

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Old 01-23-2018, 09:21 AM
Jerry1 Jerry1 is offline
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Re: Whats the best way blend these three Photos

Luminosity masks are great, but you'll probably get ghosting where the waves have moved between exposures. I would use Capture One on the middle exposure to recover some of the shadow detail (assuming you have RAW files) then use the luminosity mask only on the sky to bring in burnt out highlights. That should give a natural looking result if that's to your taste.
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Old 01-26-2018, 05:53 PM
Shoku Shoku is offline
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Re: Whats the best way blend these three Photos

Processed with HDR Efex Pro 2. Selected one in the list of auto possibilities made with a setting of 1EV.
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