To create an HDR image, we need to take a series of photos with different exposures. However, while shooting, especially on a busy street, random objects (cars, people, or animals) can pass through the frame. Their appearance in each photo will be a little different. After the photos are combined, these objects will appear in various places, and due to the transparent nature of these "ghosts", the background will show through them.
Not so long ago, removing these artifacts was a time-consuming procedure. It required a graphics editor and a large amount of time.
Now "ghosts" can be dealt easily with AKVIS HDRFactory. Watch a Video Tutorial.
Attention! This feature is only available for the Home Deluxe and Business licenses.
To remove ghosts from the resulting HDR-image follow these steps:
It's recommended to choose one with the best exposure, where the object is well-visible.
Note that you can use the tool only on the result in the After tab.
The process starts automatically after using the Ghost Removal tool but when the area is highlighted it's hard to see the changes.
To see the result just hide the selection by clicking on .
If you are not satisfied with the result, you can edit the selection with the Eraser or choose another source image.