Unveil your photographic skills and create professional, amazing high dynamic range images on your iPad (or iPhone) in few simple steps.
Connect your DSLR camera to the iPad and transfer the bracketed images (usually exposed with aperture priority at -1 EV, 0 EV, +1 EV intervals). Then use the Mobile HDR application to combine these images, remove blurry areas (ghosts), apply filters and adjust colors.
Besides a DSLR, you can also use "HDR Photo Camera" application (available on App Store) to capture the bracketed frames.
Mobile HDR application uses the exposure fusion technique to combine three independently exposed images, by selecting the most relevant elements from each of them, resulting into a high dynamic range image.
* three (3) frames multilevel HDR processing engine
* automatic and manual ghosts removal
* composition filters (Natural, Enhanced, Vignette, Dynamic, Vibrant, Sky Map™)
* anisotropic alignment for handheld HDR shooting
* HDR enhancement (tone mapping)
* post-processing color adjustment
* adjustable parameters
* automatic reference image detection
* 16 Mpx (and more) compatible
NOTE: Devices with only 512 RAM (iPad2, iPad Mini first generation) will not be able to process images at the finest granularity.
* New composition filter for the fuse process - "Enhanced"
* Eleven post processing filter effects (predefined)
* Compatibility improvements with new iOS version
Ratings and Reviews
Crashes when opening file
The app crashes when selecting a photo. Complete waste of $4.99.
This program works well as intended
In regards to the negative reviews: this is not an HDR taking program. It is an HDR creation program which can work with image files from real cameras. It works with three images which is the minimum required for a real HDR. It does an excellent job in a straightforward way. It gives you some control over the process without being confusing. One word of caution: if you used a tripod when you took your images, TURN GHOST CORRECTION OFF. Otherwise you will get ghosts even though your images were aligned perfectly.
You really have to use a tripod when shooting HDR's if you want decent results. Image stabilization and rapid shutter speeds won't help at all, it is the time between shots that matters and no one can hold a camera still that long. I carry a zipshot tripod by Tamarac. It is not full height, or terribly adjustable, but it works fine with point and shoot size cameras. It is incredibly small, light and fast to set up. It is just tall enough to work in most shooting situations. With a point and shoot, a tripod and this program you can take some awesome images.
Excellent for pros
Tried almost all of the other apps for HDR and this one did what I was looking for. The other apps just couldn't take 3 photos from my library and combine them into one HDR. This app does it and gives you a lot of controls to adjust the image. Now with all of these camera's that are now available with wireless functions to the ipad and able to take multiple shots for HDR settings I have eliminated the computer almost completely. (Except for backing up the originals.) Almost skipped this app because of past bad reviews. I'm so glad I didn't. This app is worth the money compared to computer apps costing a lot more.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.