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Old Aug 13, 2013, 3:44 PM   #21
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Just one more quick word about the ISO exposure bracketing.

I've now played around with it and took a series of test shots. I don't have the expensive software programs such as Photoshop that many of you have, but my little freebie programs handled the shots quite well. I clicked on the upload option to open the shots as layers, and bingo, the 3 shots were opened as one image, merged together with no ghosting, and wide dynamic range. What a time saver. This will certainly come in handy on interior real estate photos.
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Old Aug 13, 2013, 11:15 PM   #22
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especially thse circumstances like shooting upsun and the house has veranda's
it just helps hold the sky, and brighten the shadow areas, and its all so easy
it can save you going back to a more ideal time/sun position
that in itself saves money

you can download a trial
who knows, what you are doing might be better than Oloneo
http://www.oloneo.com/en/page/download.html

but I warn you the process is noisy
what are you doing about that?
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especially thse circumstances like shooting upsun and the house has veranda's
it just helps hold the sky, and brighten the shadow areas, and its all so easy
it can save you going back to a more ideal time/sun position
that in itself saves money

you can download a trial
who knows, what you are doing might be better than Oloneo
http://www.oloneo.com/en/page/download.html

but I warn you the process is noisy
what are you doing about that?
I have several freebie programs that I play with. For noise reduction if needed, I like the Paint.net photo software. It's noise adjustment controls are widely adjustable, and for a freebie, it does a pretty good job easily and quickly.
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well if you are stuck for a free 8bf noise plugin, try this
http://www.colormancer.com/free/down...-reduction.htm
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well if you are stuck for a free 8bf noise plugin, try this
http://www.colormancer.com/free/down...-reduction.htm
Hey, thanks for the tip. I'm going to download it later and give it a try.
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