Dynamic Photo HDR: What's New?
Dynamic Photo HDR is a futuristic HDRP software that boasts of exciting features such as pin warping, color matching and anti-ghosting. It has several new features that make it even more powerful and effective. Here is a look at some of them.
If you want to apply some Dynamic Light on a particular area, you can make use of a brush to do so.
Use this tool (available only with Windows versions) to touch up images and add many different effects.
This feature helps you see image feedback in real time.
Vary Tone Mapping
With a feature such as Halo-Matix Local, you can produce different images that have been tone mapped and have plenty of variations and different settings.
The new and improved Quick Browser provides RAW file support. In addition, version 4.8 has got a RAW update for latest cameras from Canon, Fuji, Kodak, Olympus and Panasonic, as well as Sony.
Pseudo HDR Process
You can make full use of Pseudo HDR process on a single source (8 bit). This will help to give your images a certain punch and in this way will make your picture look very real. When you compare images that have been tone mapped with the help of Pseudo HDR, it will create vastly superior images as compared to your JPG images.