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Not Happy with New HDR merge

New Here ,
Dec 30, 2020 Dec 30, 2020

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I had a merge to HDR Pro option under my tools setting before some update. Now I just have to select the files while they are open in camera raw and click a merge to HDR. The results are terrible and give me no control of gamma or detail, etc.... Am i missing something or is this the new way. If not what is a better way to go about being able to edit my HDR like previously. TIA

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Community Expert , Dec 31, 2020 Dec 31, 2020

Hi Douglas

 

Do you have any of Photoshop's tools showing from the Tools menu? Here's what mine is showing?

2020-12-31_10-27-11.png

 If you're not seeing that full list (or even a partial list) these are installed BY PS. To get them into Bridge you do need to uninstall both Bridge and PS. If you're on Windows, after uninstalling it's best to reboot and then reinstall (On the Mac you do not need to reboot (but it doesn't hurt either.) but you MUST first install Bridge and then install PS. That way PS can see that Bridg

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People's Champ ,
Dec 31, 2020 Dec 31, 2020

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Do you have Photoshop installed?

If you do and the merge Merge to HDR pro under Tools/Photyoshop drop down menu.

If its not there reinstall PS

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New Here ,
Dec 31, 2020 Dec 31, 2020

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yes i have had photoshop installed this whole time. the merge to hdr pro
option was always there in bridge as an easy and good way to create hdr
images for me. now it is gone and i cant find out how to get to the merge
to hdr pro step anymore.


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Community Expert ,
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Hi Douglas

 

Do you have any of Photoshop's tools showing from the Tools menu? Here's what mine is showing?

2020-12-31_10-27-11.png

 If you're not seeing that full list (or even a partial list) these are installed BY PS. To get them into Bridge you do need to uninstall both Bridge and PS. If you're on Windows, after uninstalling it's best to reboot and then reinstall (On the Mac you do not need to reboot (but it doesn't hurt either.) but you MUST first install Bridge and then install PS. That way PS can see that Bridge is there and that the menu items should be installed in Bridge.

 

Let us know how this works.

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Great thanks!

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