HDR Photo Editing Made Easy
Not to sound dramatic, but your choice of HDR editing software can make or break your photography. HDR editing is the new frontier for photographers, whether at the master or the novice level.
This one-of-a-kind technology allows you to combine multiple images into one powerful result. Otherwise, you always have to sacrifice something in your image.
Either you can take a photo using long exposure, with enough darkness to adequately capture the details in your foreground, but with the disadvantage that everything else looks dark, too.
Or you can take a photo with a shorter exposure time, achieving a well-lit background with the foreground objects thrown into obscurity.
Of course, you can always go for something in between, and end up losing some detail and vibrancy in every part of your image.
Doing this gives you several images, but with significant flaws in each.
HDR software eliminates this dilemma, as you can take multiple images and combine them into one.
This gives you the ability to create images that more closely resemble the way your eye sees them. Whether it’s a stunning monument on a sunny day or a group of loved ones posed against the background of a beach at sunset, the possibilities are incredible. And yet, you’re still unsure about the technology.
Can you use it without abandoning the Lightroom and Photoshop effects you love so much? Is it compatible with your equipment and software? And most importantly of all, can you afford it?
The Ultimate HDR Editing Software For You
Pure HDR Comes with Interesting Features Such As:
- 32-Bit-HDR Images with Complete Lighting Information
- Lossless 32-Bit-TIFF Compression Output and Specialized HDR Formats
- Compatibility with Windows and Mac
- It Also Includes a User-Manual and List of Supported Raw-Formats
Recommended System Requirements:
Windows 10/8/7, 64 Bit, Intel I5 Processor, 8 GB Free RAM, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution at 1,280 X 1,024 Pixels, Graphics Card: Compatible with Directx-9, 128 MB, 32 Bit Color Depth
Mac OS X Versions 10.7 or Later, 64 Bit, Intel Processor 8 GB Free RAM, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution at 1,920 X 1,080 Pixels, Retina Display at 2,304 X 1,440 Pixels
Minimum System Requirements:
- Windows 10/8/7, 32 Bit, Processor Core Duo, 2 GB Free RAM, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution at 1,280 X 1,024 Pixels, Graphics Card: Compatible with Directx-9, 128 MB, 32 Bit Color Depth
- Mac OS X Versions 10.7 or Later, 64 Bit, Intel Processor 2 GB Free RAM, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution at 1,280 X 1,024 Pixels, Retina Display at 2,304 X 1,440 Pixel
Note: Plug-In Functionality Is Not Compatible with Mac OS 10.15 (Catalina).
Fascinating HDR Photographs With Pure HDR
Here's An Example Of How Multiple Images Are Merged To Create A Final HDR Image
Some Before/After Results With This Plug-In
The Best HDR Editing Software On the Market
Once you start using Pure HDR, you’ll wonder how you ever got through life without it.
Never again will you sacrifice any part of your spectrum of light or color. The full range of lighting and colors will remain available to you.
That means you can convey almost any scene with all the breathtaking beauty that it has in person.
Channeling the award-winning Franzis project collections, you’ll have state-of-the-art editing functionality right at your fingertips.
Pure HDR works as a Plug-In to function beautifully from within Lightroom or Photoshop. That means you can easily and seamlessly add it to your existing workflow to achieve dramatic results with just a few clicks.
The software comes with complete lighting information, giving you the freedom to combine multiple lighting solutions in one flawless result.
With the availability of lossless compression output and HDR formats, you can export your images to a variety of formats without losing one shred of their stunning beauty.
This software comes with an extensive dynamic range, mirroring the full range of lighting and color that you can observe when viewing a subject in real life, which is rarely captured in digital or print media.
You’ll create unbeatable images and, even better, you can do it for an unbeatable price.
The Pure HDR project editing software is currently available for just $19.99. That’s a full $10 discount off its typical selling price.