After a reduction in the amount of photography I've been doing (and Nikonians to my everlasting shame) I've come back to it refreshed.
I'd played with HDR a while back (Photomatix) but yesterday I downloaded the trial of Oloneo HDRengine). I was blown away as to how much HDR has come one. I just revisited a 3 image sequence of Crondall Church (Hampshire, UK) taken a couple of years ago and put it through Oloneo. I tried not to make it too strongly an HDR. Does this work?
#2. "RE: First HDR for a long time" In response to Reply # 1
Thanks a lot Cavy2. As I said, I've only just started playing with Oloneo but so far I'm very impressed. The version of Photomatx I have is way old so I can't compare the two as I'm sure Photomatix will have improved massively as well. Derek
#6. "RE: First HDR for a long time" In response to Reply # 5
Well done, very natural looking. HDR has come a long way in regards to programs that produce natural results. Oloneo, SNS and Machinery all produce nice looking natural results. Also, Nik's latest version of HDR Efex Pro 2 is also very good.