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Old Oct 19, 2009, 9:19 PM   #11
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1. File -> Automate -> Merge to HDR
2. Browse -> Check box for "Attempt To Automatically Align source Images" -> OK
3. Wait. Photoshop is quite hefty in memory and CPU. Might Take a while.
4. You'll get a big window displaying your photos combined with a histogram on the right. This histogram does nothing to your images to change them. It just allows you to check out where you might have lost details. --> Click OK
5. Image -> Mode -> 16/bits Channel -> Method: Local Adaptation
6. Press the >> symbol for "Toning Curve & Histogram"
7. Now, just use the histogram and the dials for Radius and Threshold to get the desired effect you want.
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