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  • August 22nd, 09:28 PM
    Rafael Aviles

    Re: Blending 2 exposures


    Dan,

    Here is a tutorial that shows how to do it:

    [url]http://www.digitalsecrets.net/secrets/DynamicRanger.html[/url]

    Regards,

    Rafael


  • August 22nd, 01:08 PM
    dan brady

    Blending 2 exposures

    I need a filter or a proven technique to blend two different exposures in the same image. My company edits and builds virtual tours for realestate. So what I need to do is blend one image of an interior room exposed for the house and another image (the same image, different exposure) that is exposed for the outside of the windows. This way, someone can see through the windows and it makes for a nice image. We do them by hand, just blending now and it is tedious. We want to be able to do these super fast. Anyone know of any filters BESIDES optipix (which doesnt work)?

    Thanks,

    Dan at vht.com

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