HDR 32 bit

HDR 32 bit

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What is HDR 32 bit? It’s a different method of processing and merge the brackets exposures. You know that you can reach a good results with Photomatix that use the tonemap method. Tonemapping usually use 16 bit mode, this really boils down to is the volume of information that is stored within a file. Tonemapping can create a cool HDR effect but when using this method

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The house on the Rocks

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Giuseppe Sapori - The house on the rocks

On the background the beautiful house on the rocks in Villammare, photographed on the beach during the sunset. This picture is a pure representation of a blending between a HDR made with Photomatix  and one 32-bit Lightroom made. After the blending through Photomatix, I treated the same image in 32-bit mode and I used layer masks to convey the effects of a photo inside the other. In fact, the rocks in the foreground were masked using the 32-bit effect since I do not particularly like the effect of “glamor” that Photomatix left on the rocks. In the water instead you can see the difference given by the soft colors of Photomatix. What do you think guys?

TECHNICAL STUFF

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 (Shot at 14mm)

ISO: 100 at f/9

3 Shots (+2; 0; -2)

Software: Photomatix, Lightroom, Photoshop


Photomatix: Images Merging Differences

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Usually I shot all my images in RAW format, the RAW file allows you to capture a wider dynamic range and to work on it more precisely when you post-produce your images. It must be said that also JPEG files have their conveniences as the file dimensions are much smaller and the images are “already ready to use” rather than a RAW format. 

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Hi, my name is Giuseppe Sapori, a professional photographer and author of this website, created by yours truly to show my work and share with you the techniques I use. My expertise is in the field of Landscape Photography... (Read More)

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