Unified Color rolls out new Panoramic Feature for their HDR Expose 3 softwareAt the 2013 PhotoPlus Expo, Unified Color Technologies launched a beta release of their new Pano Prep Batch Processing Feature, an add on to their popular HDR Expose 3 software. The new processing feature promises uniform tone mapping across all the frames being used to create a HDR panoramic photo, which they claim will help to produce more natural looking HDRs. They've also included a new blending capability, which helps create seamless 360 degree panoramas.
For more details, visit the Unified Color website or see the official press release below.
Unified Color Unveils Panoramic Feature for HDR ExposeTM 3 at PhotoPlus Expo 2013
Master photographer, John Warner, to demonstrate how he uses HDR techniques to maximize profit in his commercial architectural work.
October 23, 2013 - Unified Color Technologies, the experts in high dynamic range imaging (HDR), announced it will demonstrate the beta release of the new Pano Prep Batch Processing Feature, which is being added to HDR Expose 3, at this year's PhotoPlus Expo. Throughout the PhotoPlus Expo 2013 (October 24-26th, at the Javits Center in New York, NY), attendees can visit Unified Color and its show partner, Promote Systems, in booth #564 to learn more about the new panorama tool and how it can be used to maximize the potential for the most true-to-life panoramic HDR images. This new feature will be available to HDR Expose 3 owners for free via the upcoming software update to version 3.1.
HDR panoramas are built from multiple frames of HDR photos that are stitched together in dedicated panoramic software or tools like Photoshop ® or Kolor's Autopano Giga to create a wide view panorama that offers the true-to-life possibilities that only HDR can offer. In the past, constructing an HDR panorama required each bracketed set of exposures to be merged individually, which could result in varying tone mapping results across the scene. The new Pano Prep Batch Processing Feature analyzes all the exposure brackets of the individual frames to be stitched and applies uniform tone mapping parameters across each frame to produce smooth tonal transitions for natural HDR panorama results. Also included in this new feature is a 360 degree blend capability which ensures smooth, seamless blending of 360 degree panoramas where the left and right sides of the panoramic image meet.
In-Booth Demonstrations & Daily Prize Drawings
Throughout PhotoPlus Expo 2013, master architectural and real estate photographer, John Warner will be on hand to demonstrate how he uses HDR Expose 3 to maximize and streamline his commercial architectural work. In a program entitled, "Leave the Lights at Home," Warner will share the secrets of how he uses the latest HDR capabilities, and real-life results made possible by Unified Color's HDR technology, to more cost effectively tackle commercial architectural projects.
Warner will present the program through the expo in booth #564 on:
Thursday October 24, 2013: 12:00 p.m. & 3:00 p.m.
Friday October 25, 2013: 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.
In addition to the 10 percent special show discounts on the Promote Control and Unified Color software, the exhibition partners will be holding prize drawings for one Promote Control and a copy of HDR Expose 3 each day. Attendees can visit the booth to enter.
About Unified Color
Unified Color Technologies is redefining the capabilities of visual technology with a unique color system that powers the next-generation of high dynamic range (HDR) imaging devices and software. A significant improvement over current industry standards, Unified Color's new Beyond RGBTM color model presents a versatile color platform which is able to map a much larger color space encompassing the full human visual spectrum including colors found in nature and man-made light sources. Beyond RGB is available for licensing to digital imaging companies looking for a competitive market advantage. Powered by the Beyond RGB color model, the company's flagship HDR software offerings have set a new industry standard for creating, depicting and editing the most realistic HDR images. More information about Unified Color can be found at http://www.unifiedcolor.com.