10-30-2017 10:00 PM
What software are you using? Supplying only one image is not gaining you anything.
Many of my HDR shot sequences are not always centered around 0 Ev. I put less trust in the camera metering, and more trust in a test exposure and the in-camera histogram.
I'm demo'ing different HDR software: EasyHDR, Oloneo HDRengine and SNS-HDR.
I think WN and Peter got it right: I think the file format is too new for the software.
10-30-2017 02:11 AM - edited 10-30-2017 02:36 AM
If you want to try the raw files from your 6DII on your HDR software you can always convert them to DNG and then open them.
What you do with one single raw image is called tone mapping. Raw converters also have this feature and so does GIMP 2.9.x with tiff files.
10-31-2017 06:45 PM
I FIXED MY PROBLEM !!!
Ok so this came from the "Affinity Photo" help services :
10-31-2017 10:28 PM
Peter, that's very interesting that GIMP 2.9 has tone mapping. I'll have to try that out. Does it support 16-bit TIFF files or is it still only 8-bit?
10-31-2017 02:36 AM
16-bit. Partha has the latest for windows. I use Ubuntu.