1st HDR image. C&C Welcome

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  1. hankejp

    hankejp TPF Noob!

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    Well, I keep seeing the HDR images, so I thought I would give it a try to see what it all involved. The 1st thing I notcied was the "Halo" around the object. Any help on getting rid of the Halo?


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    I don't know too much about HDR's, but I did notice the halo/glow especially around the tractor
     
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    Here's another HDR picture ready for C&C.

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    2nd is much better than the first. The first one suffers from some major halo issues.
     
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    Thank Mgw. Yeah, I'll have to do some research on HDR Halo's
     
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    The image is clean and well executed.
     
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    Here is a link to show one way to get rid of Halos using Photoshop.

    Correcting Halo in HDR

    Basically all these tutorials use the same methods of selecting the area with the halo and then cloning it out. The problem is that if you have clouds in the background it doesn't always work. I have on occasion taken the original images and cut away the sky or areas with the halos and the processed them separate from the rest of the image. This can help, sometimes.
     

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