Napioa - Wind Origins

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If we just give you the answer, you might learn nothing. So here goes the explanation. A HDR image is not a single image, and it's technically not called a HDR image, rather a tone-mapped HDR image. True HDR image will show very very poorly on screens, because they are incapable of reproducing the gamut of the colours available in the photos themselves. ...


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_1. Merge to 32-bit HDR all 1400 bases If you are only Tone Mapping (not fusing) in Photomatix I would suggest to merge to 32-bit HDR all 1400 bases first, since memory-wise a 32-bit HDRI is handled more economic in Photomatix than 3 LDRIs. If your bracketed sets contain proper EXIF information I don't expect any exposure differences since Photomatix reads ...


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To answer the last part of your question: Would a "higher bit depth" / "wider gamut" be perceivable by the human eye if HDR TVs where only as luminous as standard HD TVs ? Yes a wider gamut is perceivable with a normally luminous display. See for example Apple's wide gamut iMac which doesn't mention anything about additional brightness but does mention ...


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Samsung is introducing HDR1000, see their explanatory Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbOabg1OhVk . Regular TV is ~100 Nits, so 200 Nits would be 'HDR' by comparison, with 1000 Nits you can watch in a sunny room or the dark; you want as much Dynamic Range as you can afford. If you save up until next year you'll have more money to spend on an even ...


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With many of these suggested Programs you can ToneMap RAW unstitched Images and get a perfect result, that's the whole point (ease and exact results, indistinguishable from a single Photo). Its been a while since I've used some of these Tools I'm suggesting, sometimes Bugs creap in an wreck the Feature you specifically downloaded for so YMMV. These are ...


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There are various things hiding besides acronym "HDR", one of them being tonemapping. Yes, it quite makes sense to use tonemapping with 200cd displays to bring the shadow details back and it does require the source image to be of higher quality. Whether it is somehow included in "HDR TV" in whatever interpretation is a question. It is most probably a ...


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I have occasionally understood the problem which you get. You have a slight variance of material at edges of photos and Photoshop is making hard transitions between exposures what results in posterisation. There is a way of overcoming it but it seems to be non-automatable to me. auto-merge without blending images together for each layer 2.1 select the ...



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