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Old Mar 3, 2010, 2:39 PM   #1
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From a trip to London last summer, a few PseudoHDR that I think turned out quite well. All processed from single jpegs through my program on the 'Hard' setting and then a little colour correction.

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Minus #2, very nice! I like the interior pick very much.
Time for a freeware?
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these look quite good martin .... is number 4 the front of the museum?
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[Edit] No. 1 is the tower of London, 2 is the view round the back where they keep the ravens. 3 in the mammals section in the Natural History Museum and 4 is apparently St Paul's
@Ordo : "Time for a freeware?" - Not sure what this means?

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Freeware

First step to divulge your software. You can collect some money if your product is successful.
Next step is Trial with buying option.
Next you're rich and famous and you forget your supporting friends of Steves digicam forums! You ungrateful!
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Ah. Yes, it's probably at the stage now where I should put it up on tucows or something. I don't think there's much I can do to improve the results from single jpegs. Need to think about a RAW version next...

Not sure I'd ever get to a commercial version but if I did there would of course be free licences for everyone who's helped
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Freeware

First step to divulge your software. You can collect some money if your product is successful.
Next step is Trial with buying option.
Next you're rich and famous and you forget your supporting friends of Steves digicam forums! You ungrateful!
Or a camera manufacturer to offer it on its driver-and-apps CD.
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Ah. Yes, it's probably at the stage now where I should put it up on tucows or something. I don't think there's much I can do to improve the results from single jpegs. Need to think about a RAW version next...

Not sure I'd ever get to a commercial version but if I did there would of course be free licences for everyone who's helped
i think if you went into raw files you may aswell create a pro version that uses 3 files or more aswell... waiting... LOL
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yea, they look good martin.

i agree, you should start getting this out there as freeware. you can offer a feedback link or something, which could expand your constructive feedback base.
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