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Correct me if I am wrong, but aren’t the labels at the start of the underexposed and overexposed flipped? If it is too bright it is overexposed, and vice-versa.
Holy c£$p!!! Ok, so now I’m sitting up :)
Interesting times ahead me thinks.
Thanks for sharing John,
All the best to you and yours,
Another way in which HDR could be very, very useful for filmmaking is that you will be able to reduce the amount of lights needed.
Nice to see HDR used well and not the usual overegged and looking like a Thomas Kinkade painting style.
Picture like in 3d games. I do not like it.
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