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HDR³

By Christopher Herbon

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Description

HDR³ revolutionizes the capture of HDR photos and offers an advanced alternative to existing HDR apps. We grew tired of unnatural spots, seams and halos in our photos, which are produced by other apps. Therefore we integrated the most advanced HDR algorithm available in any iOS application. The amazingly realistic photos are created by taking three pictures in a row and combining them using a highly sophisticated digital wavelet algorithm.

Features:
• Automatically take 3 pictures instead of only 2, compared to other apps
• Seamless image blending without halos and unnatural spots
• Live high speed automatic exposure measure for an even faster capture
• High performance digital image stabilization for extremly sharp pictures
• Full 8 megapixel resolution
• Live histogram for choosing the perfect scene
• 128 Bit processing for extremely accurate results
• Share pictures on Facebook and twitter
• Volume shutter
• Automatic and manual saturation, temperature, gamma, sharpness, brightness and contrast adjustment
• Beautiful Frames
• Crop function
• Geotagging (GPS) and full exif data support
• Landscape and portrait support
• Integrated flash

What's New in Version 1.5

• Resolution bug fix.

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Customer Reviews

Can give great results

I've tried a lot of camera apps and this one is certainly one of my favorites. With a very steady hand you can get some really good results. With a tripod or flat surface you can get some really great results. I found the photo taking process to be faster then other HDR apps and like that it shows the three areas it is referencing - you can easily manual override these but I have needed to yet.

This app is not for taking photos of kids, animals or action. Outstanding for landscape, skylines, sunsets, and other semi-static scenes.

If you enjoy using your iphone for photography then I would recommend this app. For a few bucks you get some amazing HDR images. It also does extremely well in low light, an area where the iPhone is not very good. Bright light will get you even better results.

OK. Could be great.

HDR3 creates great, nicely vibrant high dynamic range color. I saw very few of the halos and other iPhone HDR artifacts found with many other HDR apps. Alignment didn't work as well as many of the other top HDR apps, though. Shooting handheld, I saw a lot of slight edge ghosting in my images. Although I like the color better than most HDR apps, the alignment issues make this version of the app unusable for me without a tripod. Overall, it's OK. I'm hoping a fix will make it great.

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Up and Coming!

This program is great for HDR, picture adjustments after-the-fact, and for taking three shots set of two for merging. However, I agree with the other reviewers who mentioned that the alignment of images could use some improvement. Except for that issue, this is the best HDR app that I have tried.

HDR³
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $1.99
  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.5
  • Size: 14.3 MB
  • Languages: English, German
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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