Working with Corel AfterShot HDR
Corel AfterShot HDR has three components that let you achieve HDR results:
• Exposure Merge — lets you merge one or more photos to achieve an HDR effect. You have access to presets and custom controls to get the results you want.
• Single RAW Photo — lets you simulate an HDR effect from one RAW photo by using HDR tools.
• Batch Merge — lets you merge one or more sets of photos, normally captured on a camera that uses an auto-bracketing setting. This feature offers a fast way of merging multiple sets of photos. There are very few controls. It's a great way to identify sets of photos that you might want to fine-tune in Exposure Merge.
For more details about Corel AfterShot HDR, see the Help that is available from the Corel AfterShot HDR application window.
To open Corel AfterShot HDR
1. In AfterShot Pro, select the thumbnails you want to use for HDR.
2. Right-click a selected thumbnail and choose Edit with AfterShot HDR from the context menu.