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Hi Biff,

From my understanding we switch to 32-bit so we have a wider range of tones/colours to work with to give the image that HDR look and feel

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Thanks for the reply, stokerg.

Having just applied the technique to a fairly high dynamic range photo, I must agree. I'm not sure on the how or why it works, but the highlight recovery (sky) showed that it works. However, I find that I need to change the colour format back to 16 bit RGB after the Tone mapping stage, otherwise everything's can go horribly wrong in the Photo persona (must have something to do with the linear response to curve adjustments in 32 bit). 




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