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I want to start expierimenting with HDR photos and I wonder which programs you guys like to use. I know there is Photoshop, but I also hear there are HDR specific programs out there like Qtpfsgui (that is actually the programs name strangely enough). Let me know what you think guys.

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I prefer Photomatrix light as well as Elements 8. In most cases, I seem to get better results with Photomatrix. There is a free trial version to test before buying.
Photomatix for me :)
Dynamic Photo - works well for both PC or MAC
Sounds like Photomatix is the way to go. But its rather pricey
I looked online and found free software from Germany called Picturenaut. I thought I would try it out before spending the money for Photomatix. I've only had the opportunity to use it once on my photo of the Carson Mansion. It seems to work okay for now.
Photomatix is a good option. I got mine for $30.
How did you get it for 30? The website says $100
There are two versions of Photomatrix, the light version (cheap) that does everything you need, and the steroid version (expensive). You can try the light for free to see if it meets your needs.
Dymamic Photo HDR4:

you will not be disapointed. its cheap easy to use and you can make a HDR image from one .jpg file or a couple of raw photos.

i have photomatrix but i havent used it since
Dynamic Photo HDR4
Topaz Adjust 3

Each has their own unique usage.
Ok so I downloaded Photomatix and messed around with it. I have my first attempt up on my page. Have a look and tell me what you think if you are interested. :) Thanks guys!
Just downloaded both Dynamic Photo and Photomatix.. I have to say that I think Dynamic Photo is much more interesting and in depth, however, Photomatix is more user friendly for novices... but its all about what you are willing to learn. =)


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