stuworrall said:it was with photomatix george, cracking pacakage that gives you very natural looking HDR's. Ive got a set on flickr with more in here - http://www.flickr.com/photos/sworrall/sets/72157601862880252/George Farmer said:Very cool.
What HDR software are you using, Stu?
I've got Photomatix Pro but have to spend $100 for the full version so the 'photomatix' watermark doesn't appear on the final processed images. PM me if you have any further advice, please...
I'll be sure to take a look at your Flickr stuff tonight on my home computer. I really like some HDR stuff - for me it better represents what the eye/brain interprets from a scene with tricky lighting conditions.