Problemas al crear HDR

Community Beginner ,
Mar 24, 2021 Mar 24, 2021

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Hola todos, acaba de actualizar a la ultima version y tengo problemas al unir varios raw para hacer un HDR , el resultado final, osea el HDR se va al final del album que estoy trabajando y si ese album tiene cientos de fotos es una gran molestia, no como antes que se quedaba junto a los archivos raw base con los que he creado ese HDR.
Alguien sabe como se puede solucinar esto?
Gracias de ante mano.

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LEGEND , Mar 24, 2021 Mar 24, 2021
Google translation: "Hello everyone, I just updated to the latest version and I have problems when joining several raw to make an HDR, the final result, I mean, the HDR goes to the end of the album that I am working on and if that album has hundreds of photos it is a great annoyance , not like before that it stayed with the raw base files with which I created that HDR. Does anyone know how this can be solved? Thanks in advance." It sounds like you have the sort order of Library Grid view set A...

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Google translation: "Hello everyone, I just updated to the latest version and I have problems when joining several raw to make an HDR, the final result, I mean, the HDR goes to the end of the album that I am working on and if that album has hundreds of photos it is a great annoyance , not like before that it stayed with the raw base files with which I created that HDR. Does anyone know how this can be solved? Thanks in advance."

 

It sounds like you have the sort order of Library Grid view set Added Order (the order in which photos were added to the catalog).  Do the menu command View > Sort > Capture Time to sort the photos by capture time instead.

 

Alternatively, when you do Photo > Photo Merge > HDR, select the Create Stack option, which will stack the originals and the merged HDR, keeping them together in Grid view.

 

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