HDR Expose is a high dynamic range digital photography application for Mac and Windows that works in 32-bit floating point precision. Automatically merge multiple exposures into one HDR image. Adjust color, brightness and contrast while maintaining a full 32-bit workflow without tone mapping. Produces crisp, photo-realistic HDR photography without halos or color shifts.
- The pro’s HDR choice
Intelligent tone mapping, unsurpassed de-ghosting, powerful image merging.
- ADAPTIVE TONEMAPPING ALGORITHMS
Since the beginning of High Dynamic Range processing, HDR applications have been applying the same, one-size-fits-all, tone mapping curve to all HDR merged files. But your HDR images are not like everyone else’s and wouldn’t it be great if your HDR application could analyze each of your individual HDR images and apply just the right amount of tone mapping for the best image possible? Unified Color’s Adaptive Tone Mapping does just that.
“Ghosts” can appear in your merged HDR images by objects that move between the frames of your different bracketed exposures. HDR Expose 3’s new key frame based de-ghosting algorithms allow you to choose the bracket exposure you want to use to isolate the moving objects in your set. The result is the smart and accurate elimination of ghosts.