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Photographic professionals will probably tell you not, which may or may not have to do with whether they are selling HDRI and backplate sets...

For the rest of us you can just open the .hdr directly in photoshop CC, set the exposure, and zoom / crop in on a part of the full HDR image. But removing the perspective distortion can be more of a challenge. You need the exif data from the camera that took the HDR ideally, but if you have that you can use PS's lens correction to sort it out.

 

CBR

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9 hours ago, Cerbera said:

Photographic professionals will probably tell you not, which may or may not have to do with whether they are selling HDRI and backplate sets...

For the rest of us you can just open the .hdr directly in photoshop CC, set the exposure, and zoom / crop in on a part of the full HDR image. But removing the perspective distortion can be more of a challenge. You need the exif data from the camera that took the HDR ideally, but if you have that you can use PS's lens correction to sort it out.

 

CBR

Thanks Cerbera. I will check that out.

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