Art on the Kitchen Counter

Lightroom CC has a new multi Photo auto HDR functionality. Just click three exposure bracketed photos and press Ctrl-H, wait a few moments for the preview then click merge. Not as rich as HDR Pro, but detail in the shadows is pretty well preserved and the images automatically added to a stack. All my images are taken handheld for really long telephoto with a monopod. The software is not as robust as HDR Pro, but more than nine out of ten times, the bracketed images can be merged with lightroom then further processed with Topaz.

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Very nice job, Don.

Great job Don … have you tried the HDR plus pano? that’s rather good too

Thanks @tebel53. @el48tel Tried HDR and Pano once. Seemed to work fine. On trips I often do two overlapping sets of HDR exposures to create one large image… LR CC should make this easier but GPix reduces my need to use pano for enlarging images