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Topics tagged with Photomatix'

TitleAuthorPostsLast Post
Aurora HDR 2019 leeverdon 12 6 monthsleeverdon (219): @DanSmigrod Hi Dan, Just to clarify. The first image I sent on this thread was an unedited image straight out of Aurora using the 3 bracketed exposure images. I then tried the best I could to edit this image using Photoshop but the results were somewhat satisfactory but not good enough. I wanted to see if a service provider could do a better job. I sent them 3 random bracketed exposure images, the end result as shown in the last image I...
Ricoh Theta V tips for best results with CUPIX? CFster 18 2 yearsleonvanzweel (512): @CFster The set-up instructions of the NN R20 will show you how to set up the lens ring in portrait mode. No diagonal or horizontal.
Poll: What Photo Software do you use most? advancedhdr 17 2 yearsHarlanHambright (1634): Photoshop exclusively. Photomatix for HDR (exclusively). For twilight, I shoot at twilight.
Need help Getting a camera set up ben629 3 2 yearsChemistrydoc (1079): Jon, That's incredibly generous of you - nice work, BTW. Happy New Years - Keith
Aperture Priority vs. Manual for Interiors Metroplex360 13 2 yearsMetroplex360 (9223): @JonJ Thanks for sharing. The PhotoMatrix presets that you have seem to be producing pretty nice, consistent results too. I have a preference for neutral color in my images. Perhaps you might think I'm weird, but when I'm not using a sevice like PhotoUp to process my photos, here's what I do: I use the same settings as @JonJ, except Av indoors, and M outdoors. I'm shooting a Nikon D7000, so I'm limited to -2,0,+2 on my brackets. No...
Why do Matterport Pros Need a Power Inverter DanSmigrod 8 3 yearsSailAway (181): Hilarious!
HDR BackUp Q Outside Matterport Services VTLV 3 3 yearsHarlanHambright (1634): 1. It is redundant to shoot RAW for HDR. Except for tweaking color temp, the HDR process is giving you as much dynamic range that RAW will, so shooting in-camera JPEG will alleviate a lot of storage issues. And you can color correct a jpeg just as easily. 2. After you have processed your HDR files, you can delete the original camera files. I have only on a few occasions re-processed old camera files and that was because early HDR was pretty...
google business virtual tour and Matterport michelg 7 4 yearsDanSmigrod (20189): https://forum.we-get-around.com/topic/163/switching-to-matterport-from-google-business/
MP image quality HarlanHambright 4 4 yearsjencoates (13): Can you capture a still photo while scanning a room? I find the capture afterwards in their workshop to be terrible. The quality is very very bad..though I see others that look great. I'm trying to figure out what the issue is. This is ours captured. All pixelated. https://forum.we-get-around.com/cached/70413a092bcf2433d8dc52daae5133e9.jpg
Matterport and Lighting KenBanks 8 4 yearsGarySnyder (1814): Hi Cyrus I've still not had a need for the lights as this was a very special case where I was supposed to shoot part of the VT up a very dark spiral stairs up to a tower but as I said it didn't happen. I'd be very interested in seeing what you design and produce as I have to admit I'm intrigued by your suggestion of printing a case for the camera. Best regards Gary
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