- May 18, 2021
- Tallahassee, FL
- Real Name
- Pete Staehling
Not an expert, but it sounds to me as if what you are saying is that basically what we have seen in the test pictures is a poor test of HDR. Testing it on subjects that don't require it isn't really much of a test.You would got far better results with HDR1 compared to the raw file, if your scene had extremes of light and dark that exceed what a single raw file can capture.
Your scene didn't need HDR.
Try again with something really extreme - a very dark room with no lighting and a small window onto a sunlit view.
I was hoping to learn more about how well the E-M1 Mark III hdr handled difficult situations where the range of the raw file was exceeded and how best to use it, and when/if at all.