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HDRtist

By Ohanaware Co., Ltd

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Description

Join the world of HDR photography for FREE, with the popular HDRtist. HDRtist was just voted 1 of the best 100 Mac Apps at MakeUseOf.com!

Features of HDRtist:
• Great Mac like interface, for ease of use.
• Multiple Mapping techniques, with a single slider to choose between them.
• Works with Single images as well as multiple exposures.
• Supports many different file formats.
• Includes our exclusive 'How to take HDR photos guide'.
• Made for Mac users, by Mac users.

HDRtist creates genuine HDR photos and tone maps them in a single step. An intuitive design makes it simple to choose from our 4 different tone mapping techniques. Even if you're not into HDR photography, HDRtist is a great tool to have for dramatizing dull photos, livening dark photos and boosting sunsets! We've included some HDR tutorials to help you get started with the amazing world of HDR photography.

What's New in Version 1.3.2

Fixed a bug whereby not all internal components were being registered correctly.
No longer warns you when it couldn't open images.

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Customer Reviews

Excellent free HDR app

This app is an excellent entry into the world of HDR imaging. Shortly afterwards I upgraded to the Pro version directly from Ohanaware which adds many fine-tuning features, and a true HDR mode in addition to the standard Exposure Blending method.

I was also impressed with its ability to handle RAW images (I use Canon's .CR2 format) which eliminates the need for file conversion and gives a greater dynamic range than regular .JPGs.

The Pro version is well worth the bargain price, in spite of a handful of negative reviews from users, and is capable of giving some stunning results.

Two thumbs up from this dSLR user :-)

Problems with File Handling in OS X

The only way I could get the software to accept a photo being dragged into it was to save it on my Mac Air desktop. So appears it requires upgrading to take account of OSXas the last update was in October 2011! Other than that the software appeared to work OK within a limited range of adjustments.

Simple and very effective

Created my first HDR image within seconds of downloading. Incredibly easy to use. Very good results.

HDRtist
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  • Free
  • Category: Photography
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.3.2
  • Size: 6.6 MB
  • Language: English
  • Developer:

Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later

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