A true photorealistic HDR software to capture the best emotion of your photography. Increase your depth of light more than ever with MarScaper HDR:
- HDR from 2 to 100 bracketed images.
- Real-time photorealistic HDR engine.
- Real-time visualization of your bracketed pictures.
- Intelligent HDR fusion for a gorgeous rendering.
- Automatic and manual image alignment.
- Simple and intuitive render adjustment.
- Brush editing with exposure blending directly on your HDR images.
- Other brush editing: exposure, contrast, and saturation.
- Undo/Redo support.
- Import all RAW formats accepted by OSX.
- Export TIFF (8bits and 16 bits), jpeg or png.
- QuickLook preview (can also be exported in 1024 pixel jpeg).
- No loss of EXIF data and color profiles.
- Fullscreen mode.
- Graphics tablets supported.
- Batch processing.
- Ability to display the layer masks in red overprint.
- Fix a regression concerning certain color profiles.
- Reduce the strength of the eraser.
- Minor improvements.
- Preparing for macOS Sierra.
Answer to Alisha Diane's feedback (US App Store): temperature/tint slider and brush added to the road map. They will be available in a next release. ;)
Ratings and Reviews
Wonderful app for amateur photographers exploring HDR
I purchased this app (version 1.0) on impulse, and am very happy that I did. It does exactly as it claims: takes your bracketed photos and combines them quickly (well, it’s quick on my late 2013 MacBook Pro) into a usable HDR of your pics. The alignment is done for you, and thus far has been very accurate. Then, I export the result to MacPhun’s Intensity Pro app for final tweaking, and sharpening, and then to Photoshop. Intensity Pro is a wonderful partnership with this app, and the final output of your HDR photo.
This program is relatively intuitive to use, which is important because at the time of writing this review there is little available in English. The existing program manual is only available in French. But don’t let that stop you from trying the program. After all, you can always use Google Translate.
I’d love to see more tweaking options on the right side of the program menu. Currently the output controls are minimal, but since I export to Intensity Pro for the end result I’m personally not concerned about this. However, others may want more controls to be at their finger tips.
Bottom line: This app is intuitive, no crashes, quirky but usable pop-up tips to help you get started, provides great results, and so I’d say this developer has a winner on his hands. I look forward to seeing this first release continue to improve over time.
Great concept - Crashes too much
I have the newsest iMac, all the bells and whistles, 3 terrabyte fusion drive, and 16 megs of ram. This program crashes too much.
If it didn’t crash, this program would save you a lot of time, and the concept is not only brilliant, it starts you out on the right foot
by assuming you want photorealistic results, instead of the regular HDR slop.
I would call version 1.2 to still be in Beta, going by my personal experience.
When it works, it’s brilliant. When it doesn’t, it wastes my time.
I’ve had Photomatix Pro for quite a long time. The program has NEVER crashed on me.
I understand PP has a crew coding for it, and this is by one guy, but still...
I hate saying it, because the author of this program is awesome. I LOVE his approach, and love the program.
Just needs to get more stable. Again, based on my experience, 1.2 should be labeled BETA.
I havent used it much, but I really like it so far. I love having the brushes, but PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE add a temperature/tint slider and a temperature/tint brush. That would be awesome!!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.