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  1. #11
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    I added the path of SNS-HDR to my enviromental variable path and so I use a batch file containing:
    SNS-HDR.exe -jpeg -dramatic %1 %2 %3
    If you do not do that give the full path to the SNS-HDR exe program.
    "C:\Program Files\SNS-HDR Lite\SNS-HDR.exe" -jpeg -dramatic %1 %2 %3
    Yes a batch file is just a text file where you save as a .bat not .txt

    Just add the options to the command in the batch file as above.

    e.g to save as a tif file with the default setting use:
    "C:\Program Files\SNS-HDR Lite\SNS-HDR.exe" -tiff16 %1 %2 %3
    To use 5 photos instead of 3 you need to add an extra couple of variables:
    "C:\Program Files\SNS-HDR Lite\SNS-HDR.exe" -tiff16 %1 %2 %3 %4 %5
    To recap in a notepad file you will have one line:
    "C:\Program Files\SNS-HDR Lite\SNS-HDR.exe" -tiff16 %1 %2 %3
    You will save this as something like sns.bat
    To make your HDR file you will sellect 3 photos and drag and drop them over the batch file icon - I usualy put it on my desktop.
    The image will be created in the folder the 3 images came from.
    Last edited by Anthony; 10-20-2011 at 09:40 AM.

  2. #12
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    Call me silly, but I just use bracketing and Photoshop Elements to produce HDR frames.
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  3. #13
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    You are silly Light-twister

    Seriously though I do not have Elements or any other software to produce HDR thats why I use SNS-HDR.

  4. #14
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    How do you do it? I have the full photoshop (old student version), but so far haven't been able to get a result I liked with it. I haven't had time to play with HDR in the last week though.

  5. #15
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    Raven,

    If your Photoshop is pre-CS4 the HDR is not worth much. It really got passable in CS5.

  6. #16
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    Nik HDR Efex Pro - best toy ever and the results are far better than I have ever achieved in any other HDR software.

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