TRAWLER

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  1. Your photos really look good Les. Check some stores though, and see if you can get a disk that is less expensive than paying a fee online. Or check ebay for the same product at a much reduced price. Case in point, I have a CD for Windows Student Office program, so I deleted the one that came with my PC and installed the CD, using the license number that was with it. No paying a yearly fee for something I already owned. If you can find a program online, like ebay, with the license number, it can cost a fraction of the price. Good luck and happy hunting.

  2. That’s a great photo. Does the program you have perform an HDR adjustment to individual photos, or do you need a set of bracketed exposures for the NIK software to create the final image? I just upgraded to Lightroom 6 which now has an HDR function. I haven’t tried a single-image edit with Lightroom yet. I’ve been playing with it using some bracketed exposures I took on a vacation awhile back, and will share some of the results in my Travel Tuesday post next week.

    1. In answer to your question, my Nikon HDR interface will process one single Image. You can also process bracketed photos. It will work with your Lightroom 6. Still not sure if I’m going to pay for it yet. I have spent a lot of money trying to find a program that works good. This is one of them.

  3. After I left my comment to you, I tried to do a single image HDR in Lightroom 6. It expects only multiple exposures. I’ve used Snapseed for single image HDR which is free on a mobile device, but not available for use with my PC. It’s a lot of hassle to move images back and forth just to process an HDR. I only do it if I think I really want to do a single image HDR. I will have to look at the software you are using… if it’s not too expensive. 🙂

    1. I also have Snapseed on my Mobile Pad and your right, it is a hassle to move images back and forth. This is why I don’t use it that much. My Lightroom 5 with the Nik HDR Interface will process a single photo. However, I can’t seem to remember just how to transfer processed images back and forth. I’m working on that. Thanks for keeping in touch.

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