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Old 06-05-2015   #1
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Deghosting in the new version of EasyHDR is much better but in extreme situations Photomatix is still the king. This gentleman is balancing on a 70 or 80 m long rubber band in the park near English Bay in Vancouver. Understandably, there is a lot of motion even with a decent shutter speed. The situation is compounded by the shadows.


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I'll post my interpretation in the shot in the May/June Assignment dealing with Shadows.

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Agreed, easyHDR does do a good job. I cannot see much difference but I do see a strange red patch in the Easy version


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The photomatix image looks a bit cleaner to me
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Agreed, easyHDR does do a good job. I cannot see much difference but I do see a strange red patch in the Easy version


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The photomatix image looks a bit cleaner to me
Among other things, in the EasyHDR version, there is an arm and top of the head above the figure. The front leg and hip show a lot of ghosting and are deformed. Just does not work very well.

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Among other things, in the EasyHDR version, there is an arm and top of the head above the figure. The front leg and hip show a lot of ghosting and are deformed. Just does not work very well.

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I see what you mean. Did you try using the eraser to remove these limbs? (See the User Manual page 23.) From what I can gather it is roughly the equivalent of the Photomatx Manual Deghost.

I still think it does pretty well. Look at my moving leaves shot. (a very tough deghosting test)

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