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The sample image you've posted uses an Apple Display Device Profile. Whatever else is going on, you probably are experiencing color space issues. If your work is intended for online presentation, change the working and output color spaces to sRGB. Here is what exiftool reports: [ICC_Profile] Profile CMM Type : Apple Computer Inc. [...


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By far the simplest way is to use an HDR-specific app or plugin. I've used both Aurora HDR & the old (used to be freeware) Nik Collection plugin HDR Efex Pro 2, both with reasonable degree of success. Both can take either a single input image or a bracketed set of exposures - even hand-held so long as there's not too much movement, as they will auto-...


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It is due to the way PS flattens an image; by default it (sometimes?) preserves the layer masks; and the underlying layer's mask will mask the layer above. If you attempt to merge/flatten only two layers PS will pop up a warning about this; and it gives you an option of applying the mask of the underlying layer before merging. You do not get the option when ...


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