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January 27, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Not long ago I started a new photo processing technique called exposure fusion. I merge bracketed exposures together in a software program called Photomatix Pro. It takes the best exposed parts of each shot and merges them together. It is not to be confused with HDR which is a high dynamic range image, Exposure fusion is still a low dynamic range image, but merges the best exposed areas of each image together into one image maintaining better detail in both highlight and shadow areas. It is much more natural looking than the HDR which can have a very cartoonish appearance. The technique really brings out the detail and vibrancy within the images. The photos below are examples of many of the photos that I have processed with this technique, I have mostly used the technique in my landscape photos with little urban, but that will change soon

 

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