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Old Apr 14, 2011, 11:51 PM   #361
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Definitely like what you are doing and that you share it with us to use with our own photos.
This looks great to me.

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v1.144 gives a slightly sharper image with better contrast and a slightly stronger HDR effect. I've also added some code around the processing step to give more useful information if it crashes.

pseudo-HDR created from a single exposure on the 'detailed' preset:
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Old Apr 19, 2011, 5:56 PM   #362
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These postings are sort of a thanks to Martin for his efforts giving us AutoHDR. Took a drive along the small Mississippi tributary called Duck Creek which runs through Davenport and Bettendorf looking for opportunities to try out my new Oly 25mm f/2.8. The day was somewhat dull and blustery so after doing the lens evaluations I decided to try to make the photos more interesting. AutoHDR to the rescue.

1. Lodge at the public Duck Creek Golf Course.
2. House across street from course.
3. Another house across street.
4. Garden and walking area on course grounds.
5. Duck Creek a couple of miles from where it flows into the Mississippi.

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Old Apr 21, 2011, 6:52 AM   #363
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Very nice A.C. The detail is excellent. Looks like the lens did well.

Here's one I did yesterday of the London Eye - Sony a580+18-55 kit lens. Much happier with it since I got it recalibrated.

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Martin, someone on another thread suggested I try your program. I did and I really like it. Here are the results.
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Here's another one
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Old Apr 27, 2011, 12:53 PM   #366
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I really like the second one umdaman.

All - v1.146beta is available to download. Results are a bit cleaner, especially round the edge of foliage and it's about 30% faster than 1.144beta
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Thanks, Martin. I'm wondering...is there anything I can do to maintain the image size when using the software? When I process an image it always copies smaller.
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I really enjoy your program, Thank you! I think it's cleaned up this photo a lot considering I don't have photoshop or anything to edit my photos.

Red River Flood 2011
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Thanks, Martin. I'm wondering...is there anything I can do to maintain the image size when using the software? When I process an image it always copies smaller.
On the advanced options, set resize to 'none'. You can turn off the watermarks there as well.
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Attached is a 1.146 edited photo of a flooded Mississippi River 2011 using a slightly tweaked bold setting. I think it does handle foliage better.

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