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Re: N8 HDR photos?

Counsellor
imlite
Posts: 85

Re: N8 HDR photos?

Created this HDR with my N8 - my first and not very good :smileytongue:

 

I used photmatix to combine a few images, each image taken with a different exposure setting.

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Registered Member
oltsee
Posts: 2

Re: N8 HDR photos?

Why just not use Dynamic photo HDR program you will create HDR pictures from 1 jpg file.
here is example from dynamic home pageDynamic photo hdr


What do you think?

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Sage
Chefproll
Posts: 144

Re: N8 HDR photos?

Sorry; this is something completely different. It has nothing to do with taking HDR photos.

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New Member
Utopian
Posts: 3

Re: N8 HDR photos?

Bracketing would be a nice add to N8's camera software. A piece of software that combines the pics taken at different exposures would be even better - the 3rd party software mentioned in the thread produces low quality pictures.

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Counsellor
heineoen
Posts: 180

Re: N8 HDR photos?

Waiting for propper HDR to come to the N8.
N8 FW: 022.014 -- Please separate Artist & Albums!
N86 8MP FW: 30.009 -- We need a new FW on this phone!
E51 FW: 410.34.001
E70 FW: 2.0618.07.10 -- Why no v3 for my code?
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lau32
Posts: 1

Re: N8 HDR photos?

HDR Photo Camera version 2.0 has high resolution fuse option and it can produce HDR images up to 2048 x 1152. This is enough for "10 x 15 cm" photos and it should look ok even on "13 × 18 cm".

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