Sorry about missing the link - thanks Yildiz
Here are a few notes that may help, with programme use
Some tips for using Oloneo
To load images, select the folder you want to take the images from, to be the one displayed in the central panel by the following
In the browse module
Click on the small select folder icon to the right of the address bar at the top of the page.
Select the folder containing the images and press open
This will import them into the centre panel.
Creating an HDR
To use bracketed images click on the first image to be used, then press and hold the shift key and click on the last image to be used – this should highlight all the images
In the right-hand pane under project image selection click on add – the images will then appear in this panel
To create an HDR image, click on auto-align (if required) in the HDR tone map box and then create HDR tone map project, the software will now crunch data.
You will be presented with image in the edit module and have a number of options regarding tone-mapper to use and lots of options for adjustment – I suggest experiment (the time machine to the left hand side is like the Photoshop history option and you can go back at any stage).
I find the detail strength is great to emphasise details and the low dynamic tone sliders can affect the overall feel.
It will also ‘tone-map’ single images by following the same process but only selecting a single image.
When you save the image – look at the save as box the programme will give you its own file type but also TIFF and JPG options, you can also put in copyright data.
The help icons link to you tube videos and are also useful – the re-light projects look very interesting.
This is just a quick overview of what I find useful so far and I hope it is of some use.