On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 10:28 AM, Ulrich Atzrott
> if darktable fails with the HDR as proposed by Robert: try the Software
> hugin, a Panoramas and HDR specialist.
I'd try jcelaya's hdrmerge.
It produces DNG (so still raw)
And unlike Luminance HDR, it seems to actually work.
> 2018-02-12 7:08 GMT+01:00 Anders Lund <and...@alweb.dk>:
>> mandag den 12. februar 2018 05.45.45 CET skrev Robert Bieber:
>> > If you shot these on a tripod, you can select them both in the light
>> > table view and click the HDR button. If it's handheld, I don't think
>> > Darktable can really do that level of compositing. You'll need to
>> > manually align them in Gimp or something similar and mask the sky
>> > appropriately
>> You can align with align_image_stack from panotools if nessecary. Esport
>> pngs or tiffs for that. There are lots of resources for the program on the
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