I've got a stack of vacation photos to post-process, and since one of the locations was plagued by partial cloudcover, I decided to compensate by shooting a number of bracketed sequences in hopes of getting a few good HDR shots.
BUT...what are all of you enthusiasts using for HDR processing these days? I did some Google searching and came up with a variety of options for Lightroom plugins and shareware programs and now I'm not sure what to try first.
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HDRSoft's Photomatix Pro is the most commonly used HDR plugin in my circles.
However, I have also heard good things about L/R Enfuse, which is a donationware product. It may be lacking some of the fine-tuning features of Photomatix Pro, but it also supports focus-stacking for macro shots, which is a definite plus.
Have you tried online hdr? There is an online photo editor named Fotor offering such tool. You do not need to download any software. More attractive, it is totally free. BTW, if you are satisfied with that, you can also try HDR Darkroom, which is a hdr software for professional use.