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I am stacking several night sky shots using HDR Merge . The subject has a shot of the Moon very bright set at correct exposure. shots allowing for moonlight on foreground and a large structure building in the midground .The problem I am having is that when I adjust the tones after merge with an acceptable level I cant get the sky dark enough to show off the stars its either one or the other leaving far too much editing as a result . The foreground has snow in it illuminated by the moon the sky has to be dark to show off the Moon and stars, the Horizon has a residue of after sunset
Landscape from above LAs Cruces NM. Canon 7D Camera Settings: f/20, 1/50s, ISO-100, 70mm Canon 28-135 USM Lens First image was as shot and second is edited to ad a little more color vibrance. All edited in affinity photo. The image was too dry and I wanted to push the colors up a little
Hello I have very basic affinity photo skills. In Landscape photography I might have 3 or more images that I'd like to blend certain elements of the images together. I do know how to blend 2 images together, but as soon as I want to blend 3 or more, it does not work. Currently I import as a stack and then ungroup images and pop a mask on one and use the eraser brush to reveal parts of the other image. How do I do this with 3 or more????
I would love the ability to preview in black and white (as masks) the range that is selected using the blend options, then I can load it to a selection and use it to manually blend images. This will be also useful if you make minor adjustments and would like to see in more detail the areas affected by that adjustment. I would also like to see this extended to the select menu, so we can make range selections using curves. If this feature will be implemented luminosity masks macros will be a thing of the past.