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Panasonic FZ82 HDR double images

BaSa

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Hi, I am a beginner, never used HDR before, but was told is good.
So on an important graduation ceremony I liked to be good and set it on.
It was strange that I have heard double clicking when shooting, but thought is normal with HDR.
Thought it makes 2 images and automatically keeps the better one.
Played back only one, but on the small screen I did not noticed the problem on that image. At home on large TV I became very disappointed.
Images have double contour. See two examples.
I am quite sure now that I have made it wrong, but my question now is what can I do with the images.
Is there any easy and cheap solution to have clear images?
I would appreciate any help.

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Hi and welcome to the forum. What HDR does is generally take 3 images (sometimes 5) and merges the images together. What has happened here is your subject has moved during the taking of the images, resulting in them not being in the same position when taken, more evident in the second as the girl was looking in a different direction in one of the photos/exposures. Also, if you move the camera slightly during taking HDR, (ie operator unintentional camera movement) you will get this too.
 

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Hi and welcome to the forum. Brian is correct in his analysis above. The FZ28 takes 3 shots and combines them in camera. It's meant to be used in landscapes and tripod held shots and was not intended for action indoors. However it appears that the FZ28's Intelligent Dynamic is working well.
 

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Thank you so much to clarify this. So this means no way to correct the images back to single photos.
 

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Thank you so much to clarify this. So this means no way to correct the images back to single photos.
Unfortunately, that is correct.
 

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HDR only works with static images as it, in effect, adds the shadow area of an over exposed image and the highlights from an underexposed one, to a properly exposed one to give more detail than can be obtained from a single image. For that to work effectively there can be no movement between exposures.
 
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