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Old 11th June 2009, 21:19   #5611
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I've been trying to generate an HDR using photomatix and I have a problem. The photo generated has a severe red tone to it!

what is wrong?

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@anekho: What kind of images you had initially? RAW or Jpeg? Pls Explain the technique you used right from the shoot....
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3 differently exposed raw images.

Opened Photomatix - Clicked generate HDR image - selected the 3 raw images - kept all the default settings in 'Generate HDR - options'

the image turns out like this:

The Official non-auto Image thread-strange.jpg

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3 differently exposed raw images.

Opened Photomatix - Clicked generate HDR image - selected the 3 raw images - kept all the default settings in 'Generate HDR - options'

the image turns out like this:

Attachment 146944

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Which method? Tone compressor or details enhancer? Try different options...
The output you got looks strange. And the sky still looks blown even in Hdr...

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using the enhancer... but tried fiddling with the detail enhancer as well. Nothing get's rid of the red tone :(

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Hmm, what were the exposures of the 3 files?
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Old 12th June 2009, 07:24   #5617
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using the enhancer... but tried fiddling with the detail enhancer as well. Nothing get's rid of the red tone :(

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I guess you have spaced out the exposures too much between the shots. For a good looking HDR, take 3 or 4 shots with exposures spaced out by one f stop. Basically, all shots would look somewhat properly exposed. If you have shots whose exposure values differ too much, then you'll have a bad looking Hdr. Finally, if your HDR picture has some color cast, why don't you try the tone mapping curves in PS to eliminate them.

One of my HDRs here...

Museum at Trivandrum - HDR on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

I've explained how images are exposed and HDR is made.

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@anekho,
I think the color temparature has to be tweaked.Was it given a try?

Requesting comments on composition of this shot,
The Official non-auto Image thread-the_lone_bench.jpg

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Some colorful shots:

Life is simple:

The Official non-auto Image thread-solitude_filtered.jpg

Showoff:

The Official non-auto Image thread-peacock_filtered.jpg
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Wonderful pics TSEA. love the compo on the first one wish it was a tad sharper though!
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This one is from the Sony H50 point and shoot.
@torqueguru: How did you manage to focus? What was the focal length used?
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@anekho,
I think the color temparature has to be tweaked.Was it given a try?

Requesting comments on composition of this shot,
Attachment 146989
Its a nice spot for a portrait. Someone can sit on that bench and you can click the portrait from a little more distance with a 70-200mm lens. It would look cool. B/w processing will add to the beauty.

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I guess you have spaced out the exposures too much between the shots. For a good looking HDR, take 3 or 4 shots with exposures spaced out by one f stop. Basically, all shots would look somewhat properly exposed. If you have shots whose exposure values differ too much, then you'll have a bad looking Hdr. Finally, if your HDR picture has some color cast, why don't you try the tone mapping curves in PS to eliminate them.

One of my HDRs here...

Museum at Trivandrum - HDR on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

I've explained how images are exposed and HDR is made.
Thanks dude! I will try again with a constant f-stop.

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@anekho,
I think the color temparature has to be tweaked.Was it given a try?
yep, tried and it still retains that red tint... :(

PS, I'm just a newbie

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@TESA: I can see continuous improvement in these shots... its like CMM level 5... continuous process improvement..! Good ones, I've never been successful getting a water droplet shot...

A funny shot from my side, taken while I was trying to photograph my 2 month old daughter, wife just grabbed her feet and asked me to click! (I had to click - you know ;-)) Done some PP on the 16 bit tiff, then converted to jpeg and added glow in Picasa.

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Loved this! missed a few pages!
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3 differently exposed raw images.

Opened Photomatix - Clicked generate HDR image - selected the 3 raw images - kept all the default settings in 'Generate HDR - options'

the image turns out like this:

Attachment 146944

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Did you take a screenshot, or is this the final jpg after tone mapping?. If its the former, its expected, only after tone mapping you will get the results.
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