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dgs2

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dgs2 Silver Member Nikonian since 30th Sep 2004
Wed 24-Oct-12 07:46 PM

I haven't done much with HDR until recently. I returned from a trip to Tetons/Yellowstone and took quite a few brackets on a tripod. I have Nik HDR Efex in both the Photoshop version and the plug-in for Aperture/Lightroom. My current workflow has been to convert the NEF files in NX 2, apply a little capture sharpening to each image, and then save as 16-bit TIFF. I then open the TIFFs in HDR Efex and work on them. I have also tried working directly with the plug-in, but mostly use the TIFF approach. Can anyone suggest a more efficient workflow? I don't worry about storage, as I have several external hard drives. But I'm pretty sure there is probably a better way to do this.

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