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Hi, Just watched a video HDR Panoramas in Affinity Photo ( HDR merging and exporting individual panorama sections to OpenEXR.  Merging several OpenEXR documents into a 32-bit panorama.   Tone mapping the 32-bit panorama.) In the video it was stated that you have to merge all the bracketed shots individually for the panorama (ie 3 shots, 5 shots depending on the bracketed shots taken for the scene) To do this is very time consuming, is there not an option to load the bracketed shots into the software and then tell the software how many shots to include in each set of brackets (ie, 3 shots of 5 brackets total 15 shots per single HDR image to merge)?

Thankyou

Russ

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Whilst I can see that the process you are suggesting is possible, I would suspect that it is not trivial. My feeling is that there are more important things for the developers to be doing. You could post a request for this in the Feature Request forum.

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Hi, Thankyou for your reply. You can actually do this in Photomatix and HDRProjects 5 then send the 32 bit file to your editing program (if it accepts OpenEXE or Radience fies) but just thought rather than going round the houses would be easier inside the one program also HDRProjects is available as a plugin for photoshop but as yet not AF. Thankyou again for the reply, Russ

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