How to remove ghosting when processing HDR photos

Do you take landscape photo’s when you are out on an adventure? We sure do.

Nothing like stopping for a cup of tea and cake on the edge of a valley near sunset

This is where I get out the tripod to capture the sunset and using interval shots at different light sequences to ensure I bring out the best of the landscape in the final light of the day, also known as HDR

Which I spoke about in a previous blog post “How to Photograph in HDR”

If there is even a slight wind in your landscape shot you will end up with ghosting around their area that moved slightly between the intervals of the bracketing

I have made a very quick 3 1/2 minute video on the simplest way I know to deghost your photos before processing the final image

Check out my video below on removing ghosting from HDR photos using Photomatix Pro on my youtube channel

Keen to hear about other ways that you have found of doing this!

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Justine King

Fine Art Photographer at Justine King Photography
I am a Fine Art photographer in Sydney, Australia. I am passionate about using artistic expression in photography to convey a message
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Justine King

I am a Fine Art photographer in Sydney, Australia. I am passionate about using artistic expression in photography to convey a message

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