Hi,astropixel said:The speed is phenomenal. Two questions though. What are optimal settings for terrestrial shots? Should I first calibrate daylight images?
This is the result of HDRcomposition of RAW images.
This algorithm is designed to work with calibrated data. In daylight, as exposure times are very short, you don't need to subtract thermal noise. Also, if all the HDR exposure set is done with the same aperture value, you don't need to correct vignetting. But you must always correct all the image set by subtracting bias.
Just a note: to me it seems that you're making the HDR composite image with bayer matrix images. You must debayer all the images before making the HDR composition.