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Is there a good free tool to process HDR images?
May 12, 2013, 15:49
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Is there a good free tool to process HDR images?
Hello All

Am wondering what tools/softwares do you use to work on HDR images?
I heard there is a tool called GIMP but anything else?

PS: Am hunting for something that is available for free Smile

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May 13, 2013, 03:41
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RE: Is there a good free tool to process HDR images?
This is supposed to be good. http://qtpfsgui.sourceforge.net/
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May 13, 2013, 04:42
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RE: Is there a good free tool to process HDR images?
I used Photomatix. I think it was a trial version though.

http://www.fotonoir.ro
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May 13, 2013, 04:44
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RE: Is there a good free tool to process HDR images?
(May 12, 2013 15:49)samyshah Wrote:  Hello All

Am wondering what tools/softwares do you use to work on HDR images?
I heard there is a tool called GIMP but anything else?

PS: Am hunting for something that is available for free Smile

Cheers
Samy

I use Zoner Photo Studio 14 which does HDR. You could try later version 15 which is free for 30 days
Cheers JE
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May 13, 2013, 11:55
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RE: Is there a good free tool to process HDR images?
(May 12, 2013 15:49)samyshah Wrote:  Hello All

Am wondering what tools/softwares do you use to work on HDR images?
I heard there is a tool called GIMP but anything else?

PS: Am hunting for something that is available for free Smile

Cheers
Samy

Hi Samy,

AutoHDR is completely free...

http://www.autohdr.co.uk/

... and is extremely simple to use. There are a number of presets, and you can play with the sliders to you heart's content.

Clearly not as flexible as Photomatix, but the price is right and the results can very pleasing. You can drag 3 or more 'real' HDR exposures into the working window, but AutoHDR can also work on a single exposure to produce a pseudo HDR result.
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May 14, 2013, 06:30
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RE: Is there a good free tool to process HDR images?
Welcome to the forum palsing and thanks for sharing with us!

Barbara - Life is what you make of it!
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