By Orasis Imaging
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OrasisHD is a 1-shot HDR app. It takes a SINGLE image and automatically transforms it to a well-exposed, natural-looking photo, simulating the way your eyes perceived the scenery at the moment the photo was taken.
Based on a decade of academic research, OrasisHD uses a proprietary image processing algorithm: dark and bright image regions are enhanced, revealing information that was not visible previously. More importantly though, well-exposed areas are not affected! To the best of our knowledge this is a unique feature not offered by any other app in the industry.
If you are not sure that OrasisHD is good for you, please try our FREE version (Orasis), before purchasing OrasisHD. Our customer base consists of satisfied users, and we do not intend to change this any time soon :)
What's New in Version 3.2
This update includes:
Improvement Suggestions for OrasisHD
Overall this is a great image editing app, coming from a power user who has tested more than 500 photo & video apps and regularly using about 30.
I'd really like to see this app become even better as an advanced photo editor, so here are my two cents:
- Real time processing for better control. This should be more achievable now with faster processors and memories in the iDevices.
- Make the dot on the sliders bigger and more responsive
- In the manual mode, show which option is being used by highlighting the word, e.g. HDR, etc.
- Put labels for functions under icons to make it more intuitive for users, as the meaning of the plus sign icon and the inward arrow box do not immediately make users realize their functions. iColorama did this in an update and received a lot of praises.
- More UI improvements toward better user experience and controls
- Provide more controls for the camera, e.g. white balance or ISO. It's too primitive as is.
Sweet for Panoramas
I enjoy outdoor photography, especially landscape panoramas. Good exposure for both skies and ground is difficult, and many typical HDR apps create distasteful, artificially weird results. Not so with OrasisHD. Skies and earth look balanced, natural.
Multi-shot HDR apps can also be nice if you are using a tripod and your subject is still. If you are doing hand-held photography, traveling light or dealing with motion, however, OrasisHD is a better choice.
Needs to store a copy locally...
Needs to store a copy locally not overwrite the original
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Jun 30, 2016
- Version: 3.2
- Size: 21.2 MB
- Languages: English, Bulgarian, French, German, Greek, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: Vassilios Vonikakis
- © 2015 Orasis Imaging
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.