easyHDR
easyHDR 3.3.1
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High Dynamic Range (HDR) image generation and tone mapping software.   Demo ($39.00)
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With easyHDR, get your digital photos closer to what you've seen with your own eyes. Say goodbye to unwanted over- and underexposures. EasyHDR is an image-processing application that produces and tone maps High Dynamic Range images. You will get neat results even if the photos are taken in very difficult lighting conditions. An HDR image is produced out of a sequence of photos taken with different exposure settings. It has to be tone mapped, so it can be displayed on a computer screen or printed. If the photos are taken hand-held (without a tripod) the photo alignment tool (automatic
What's New
Version 3.3.1:

New features

  • New, light-gray skin for the GUI (you can turn it on in Program Options),
  • Option to define GUI scaling (fonts and buttons can be slightly smaller or larger),
  • Possibility to select EV values for batch tasks (True-HDR method).
Other changes
  • Fixed possible crash that could have happened randomly while just panning the image in the main workspace, manual alignment tool and in the ghost removal tool,
  • Repaired slider operation with arrow keys.

Version 3.3.1:

New features

  • New, light-gray skin for the GUI (you can turn it on in Program Options),
  • Option to define GUI scaling (fonts and buttons can be slightly smaller or larger),
  • Possibility to select EV values for batch tasks (True-HDR method).
Other changes
  • Fixed possible crash that could more...
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7 or later



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burypromote

Realsoft reviewed on 21 Mar 2014
Very good HDR software and at the good price.
The only one that are fine setting after processing.
I very like it. Absolutely to try......
Good on Mavericks.
[Version 3.3.0]


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Porpentine reviewed on 15 Dec 2013
This is a very high quality piece of software. It is powerful, quick and has great flexibility. It is definitely superior to most of its rivals. Try the demo. I trust you will be as surprised and pleased as I am.
[Version 3.2.1]


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Downloads:363
Version Downloads:67
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Demo
Date:13 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $39.00
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With easyHDR, get your digital photos closer to what you've seen with your own eyes. Say goodbye to unwanted over- and underexposures. EasyHDR is an image-processing application that produces and tone maps High Dynamic Range images. You will get neat results even if the photos are taken in very difficult lighting conditions. An HDR image is produced out of a sequence of photos taken with different exposure settings. It has to be tone mapped, so it can be displayed on a computer screen or printed. If the photos are taken hand-held (without a tripod) the photo alignment tool (automatic as well as manual) can be used. It compensates even for perspective misalignment. Manual and automatic ghost removal allows fixing problems with moving people, cars, trees, etc. You get maximum control on the tone-mapping process by having a live preview of a photo at full resolution. The program is capable of importing various file formats: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, FITS (used in astrophotography cameras), Radiance RGBE, OpenEXR, and nearly all digital camera RAW formats by all vendors. There is also a plug-in allowing integration with Adobe Lightroom 4 and later. If you have hundreds of photos to process, you'll also find batch processing very useful. Just create a task list, start processing, and wait for the results.


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