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    Photomatix Pro VS. Photomatix Light

    So going to purchase photomatix because I been doing alot of HDRs lately. But I dont know rather or not to go with the light version or pro. So please help me decide I would like to save the money if I could but if I cant Make good HDRs with the light version then I guess I will have to spend more and get Pro. Thanks for your help really appreciate it
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    Re: Photomatix Pro VS. Photomatix Light

    Hi Ruckus,

    I'm not familiar with them or their marketing policy, but can you buy the Lite now, and upgrade to the Pro later if need be, for (almost) the same total price as just buying Pro now?

    Many such smaller s/w companies make it almost a "no loss" transaction if you download the software. Might be worth checking out their upgrade rules and prices.

    If you can, the answer is fairly obvious

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    Re: Photomatrix Pro VS. Photomatrix Light

    Hi Ruckus - Before buying anything check out Picturenaut (Google for web address). It's free, easy to use and very informative re HDR and tone-mapping.

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    Re: Photomatix Pro VS. Photomatix Light

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi Ruckus,

    I'm not familiar with them or their marketing policy, but can you buy the Lite now, and upgrade to the Pro later if need be, for (almost) the same total price as just buying Pro now?

    Many such smaller s/w companies make it almost a "no loss" transaction if you download the software. Might be worth checking out their upgrade rules and prices.

    If you can, the answer is fairly obvious

    Cheers,
    Ya didnt think about that just checked thier website nd looks like you can so might give it a try and see how I like the light version.

    Also David I tried to download picturenaut many times and something always goes wrong with the install. Going to try to get that worked out befoe I make the purchase of photomatix.

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