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Manufacturer: Martin Sykes
Licence: Freeware
Operation System: Windows 2000 | XP | Vista | 7 | 8 | 10
Language: English
File size: 0.13 MB (Win)



Martin Sykes

Despite great advances in technology, even the best camera often can't come close to capturing in a single shot the full range of light and shade visible to the human eye. Also, unlike your eye which can adjust as it looks at each area of a scene, your camera is forced to make a single choice at the moment you press the button. It will do its best to select the most appropriate range but will often be forced to throw away (clip) either the darkest or brightest bits of the picture. The result of this is that your final photos can be a poor representation of reality. While the limited range of the camera is a problem, it is its inability to adjust across the scene that is more often the cause of disappointing images. There are a number of software solutions available which try to correct this (Photomatix, Dynamic Photo HDR and easyHDR to name a few) but AutoHDR is different. AutoHDR doesn't ruin your images with watermarks but acknowledgement would be appreciated if results are posted online. Just drop any single picture into AutoHDR and process with one click - no need to create multiple exposures, use RAW files or manually mask areas or brush on effects. AutoHDR works it all out for you! The default settings produce natural, clean results free from halos, garish colours and other artefacts often associated with other HDR software. It's also flexible enough to create more artistic results if you wish. No installation or registration hassle makes the AutoHDR file smaller than just one of your pictures. Just save it to your computer and run it from there.

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