From: Savageduck <savageduck1@{REMOVESPAM}>
Subject: Re: HDR rainforest
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On Nov 19, 2017, Alfred Molon wrote
(in article<>):

> In article<>,
> Savageduck says...
> >
> > It might be interesting to compare the 0EV image with the final HDR.
> Non-HDR versions of the image are available here:
> But the HDR managed to create those amazing greens.

I was just curious with the comparison between the HDR and non-HDR captures.
> <snip>
> > This might be an opportunity to try the HDR capability of On1 PR 2018. ;-)
> It can merge to HDR multiple RAW images?


In browse mode select the bracketted exposures, the on the right side select 
HDR. Select options and adjustments in the window which opens. The saved HDR 
then opens in the Develop module and you can adjust further both generally, 
and locally.

This is a mediocre image, but it demonstrates the principle:
Here is some of the sequence: