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LayersXXL

   


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The top image is a standard raw file conversion. The bottom result was produced by letting LayersXXL create two additional exposure variations from the same raw file and applying LayersXXL's HDR feature. (Photo: Gerd Dollhopf)

 

 

The left image is one of two photos that were taken handheld with different exposure settings. The blown highlights in the right result were fixed by automatically aligning and cropping the two handheld photos and applying LayersXXL's HDR feature. (Photos: Gerd Dollhopf)

 

 

The top image is a standard raw file conversion. The bottom result was from a single raw file with LayersXXL's HDR feature. The shadows were lifted and many new details became visible in the sky. (Photo: Gerd Dollhopf)

 

 

The top image is one of many photos taken with different exposure settings with a tripod. For the bottom result LayersXXL's HDR feature was applied to three photos. The sky was brightened up and some blown highlights on the building's wall were removed. (Photos: Gerd Dollhopf)

 

 

The top image is a standard raw file conversion. The bottom result was from a single raw file with LayersXXL's HDR feature. The shadows of the wall were removed and some blown out highlights in the distant apartment tower and the graphiti wall were fixed. (Photo: Gerd Dollhopf)

 

 

The top photo is a JPEG with non-optimal exposure. For the extreme HDR result at the bottom the two exposure variation layers were manually created with the Levels tool in Photoshop Elements and then LayersXXL's HDR feature was applied. (Photo: Harald Heim)

 

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