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HDR raw exposure merging : HDRMerge combines two or more raw images into a single raw with an extended dynamic range.

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  • Photo Merger
    If you're looking for a free alternative, you can try LuminanceHDR and HDRMerge, both open source. I've never tried either of them, just found them here: Source: 7 months ago
  • Editing HDR image
    I've tried merging exposure-bracketed photos with various HDR utilities, including directly in Darktable. To be honest, the only thing I've ever got decent results out of is HDRMerge. My preference is to do the merge from the command-line interface (I have it scripted up as part of my automated workflow) but it has a GUI as well if you prefer. Source: over 2 years ago
  • PostProcessing for casual use : Lightroom or cheaper / free alternative ?
    For HRD merge I tried a couple of times, I think it does the correct thing ; it just merges and produce a file with larger dynamic range and let the tone mapping for you. The /r/shittyHDR look comes mostly from bad tone mapping. I rarely use exposure bracketing because I can directly average shots on my Canon camera. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Layered Photos for bracketing / multiple exposure blending. How to auto align the layers?
    I'm not aware of any automated way to do it in the Gimp. I use HDRMerge to combine multiple shots at different exposures into a single HDR image for later processing in the Gimp and it gives me pretty good results. It can be run as a batch-job, which makes it very easy to slip into an automated workflow. Source: over 2 years ago
  • White-Balance in HDR
    I've tried creating HDR images with a variety of programs, including Darktable, but the only one I've ever had good results with has been HdrMerge. Source: over 2 years ago

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