Removing blue tint in HDR

Discussion in 'Digital Darkroom' started by vale_surfer, May 2, 2013.

  1. Hi,
    I've been getting a blue tint when I use the Merge to HDR Pro in CS5. How to get rid of it?
    Also, I feel quite constrained that I cannot edit the raw image in Adobe Camera Raw after an HDR version and am left with the TIFF image to enhance in ACR.
    What's the best possible workflow for HDR in CS5 + ACR?
    Thanks.
     
  2. I don't do HDR, and I'm not exactly sure how this "tint" looks, but I'd imagine the best way to get rid of it after the fact would be to use ACR's Colour Temp or Tint sliders.
     
  3. there is no raw image to edit once you've gone through the HDR rendering pipeline.
     
  4. You can open TIFFs and also JPGs in ACR from bridge and PS.
    http://tv.adobe.com/watch/creative-suite-podcast-photographers/how-to-use-jpg-files-in-adobe-camera-raw/
    Cheers,
    Frode Langst
     
  5. is this blue tint visible on-screen or is it after printing?
     

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