HDR software suggestions?

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  1. JLEphoto

    JLEphoto TPF Noob!

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    I have the trial version of Photomatrix but was wondering what the rest of you use and way. I do have Lightroom 2 and CS4. I know CS4 has HDR capability but it is not as simplistic as Photomatrix...IMO. Thanks for the help with my first post!!!
     
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    ANDS! No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    CS4 "HDR" is pretty simplistic, and a whole lot of lame.

    I use Dynamic Photo HDR. Less convoluted than Photomax - and gives (me) better results. Easier to learn on as well.
     
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    Thanks for the help... I will look at the HDR topic. Sorry for posting in the wrong location but hey, it was my first post. With luck everyone gets a free one.
     
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    I've tried them all. No doubt, Photomatix is the best.
     
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    i agree. photomatix is the best. hands down.
     

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