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HDR PhotoStudio

HDR PhotoStudio
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Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 2 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 60/100. The average review date is Nov 10, 2010. We have compared these reviews to 780569 reviews from other Digital Compact Cameras. Last update: Apr 19, 2014.

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HDR PhotoStudio Review: High Dynamic Range Software Program Offers Solution to Problem Images

 

Even with improved digital imaging sensors, modern DSLRs still have trouble dealing with high-contrast lighting. HDR PhotoStudio, when used properly, can help photographers solve this problem. Learn what this HDR photography software has to offer and...

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This is another high dynamic range creator designed to merge three or more images, taken at different exposures, into a single image with highlight and shadow details preserved. It automatically converts RAW files for merging and is equipped with a...

The output from PhotoStudio tends to be realistic, rather than looking like a surreal illustration. When changes are made to brightness and contrast they do not change the colours, which is how the human eye works. The eye-dropper for 18 per cent grey...

As with the other HDR contenders, Photomatix and PhotoAcute, image manipulation, or “tone mapping”, is a subjective business. The options are bewildering and every company has its own set of names for the controls and none of them seems related to...

It is hard to compare HDR programs because they all work differently and are equally confusing. Photomatix (U$99) is best for slightly wacky, exaggerated results. PhotoAcute’s advantage is that it does more than one thing – for U$119 it adds a nifty...

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