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Photomatix from A to Z by Initio Photomatix from A to Z by Initio
Photomatix from A - Z

Finally finished my tutorial on Photomatix.
Photomatix is a software used to convert pictures into HDR, High dynamic Range.

It's a techniques used more and more by photographers to enhance those details, hidden in the shadows and highlights.

Click download (.zip) to get the following

:bulletred: 5 pages PDF tutorial on Photomatix
:bulletred: Software for both PC and Mac
:bulletred: 5 RAW images exposed probably for HDR



So go ahead and download it to get a full understanding on the many faces of Photomatix.


With the download you are ready to give HDR a try.



Please leave a comment or a :+fav: if you found this useful, it took a long time making it so I would love to hear if you like it.


The sampled images may not be used online, they are only for learning purposes, and may not be uploaded. Please repect this





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:iconrockstarvanity:
RockstarVanity Oct 23, 2012  Professional Photographer
This tutorial is featured in Darkroom Exposed: HDR :heart: :camera:
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:iconnadia-photography:
Nadia-photography Jun 28, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks a lot for that! I use photomatix, I have the free trial of 30 days. But when I save my pictures I don't have any watermark...Is it going to appear after 30 days?
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:iconfreddygrunge:
Add to my favorites! Amazing Tutorial.
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:iconhdr-1-photography:
HDR-1-Photography Aug 2, 2010   Photographer
Great tutorial!
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:iconfreelancerdesigner:
Freelancerdesigner Jul 5, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
MAN, you rockssssssss
Many thanks dude :)
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:iconfreelancerdesigner:
Freelancerdesigner Jul 5, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
MAN, you rockssssssss
Many thanks dude :)
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:iconpojokd:
thx for da download.zip
it's extremely usefull
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:iconniixy:
awesome tutorial! thank you! :)
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:iconr4tt3:
thx a lot for this! great work, great tutorial :)
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:iconme-myself-and:
That's wonderful !
I have a question, tough : can you reduce the amount of noise created in Photomatix ?
Since I tried and it give awful results ([link]). The image here is small, so it might be difficult to see it...
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