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Panotools Meeting 2010 (single Exposure , extraction of 3 exposures from RAW)
England

4 shots in RAW   with Sigma 8mm 3.5  on Nikon D300. Extraction of 3 exposures from the same RAW. Resulting 3 Tiffs  transfered to HDR and tonemapping with Photomatix. Stitching of  the 4 tonemapped Tifs in PTGUI

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