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Old Jun 3, 2008, 11:09 AM   #11
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Thank you Musket and Irena. I am researching HDR. Can anyone recommend a good program that they are using on a Mac? It seems there are quite a few out there but without a recommendation, I would rather not try them. I do not want to mess up my computers.
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Hi Caryl!

You might try this one maybe.. I am using it as a PS plug in.. to tune up 'flat' images that are not shot or converted from RAW with several exposure settings.. and if I am lazy to do any other things.. like levels or curves adjustment.. I am not a real HDR fan..

Here is a link to a home page:

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http://www.mediachance.com/plugins/redynamix.html
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Hi Caryl!

You might try this one maybe.. I am using it as a PS plug in.. to tune up 'flat' images that are not shot or converted from RAW with several exposure settings.. and if I am lazy to do any other things.. like levels or curves adjustment.. I am not a real HDR fan..

Here is a link to a home page:

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http://www.mediachance.com/plugins/redynamix.html
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Yes that's a fantastic one, this is the one i use
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I checked it out and it said for PC only. I use Macs. Interestingly, the price varies depending on how you reach the site. It goes from $55 to $16 for the same program.
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Thank you Musket and Irena. I am researching HDR. Can anyone recommend a good program that they are using on a Mac? It seems there are quite a few out there but without a recommendation, I would rather not try them. I do not want to mess up my computers.
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You could run windows on your MAC

http://www.parallels.com/

or do a google search


http://www.google.co.uk/search?sourc...earch&meta=

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Old Jun 4, 2008, 11:05 AM   #16
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Yes, I can but I do not want to. I used PCs for years and they crashed and got lots of viruses. I shall stick to Mac only, thank you.

I am still exploring HDR but it is not a priority. As you know, I prefer painting.
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