Generates 32-bit TIFFs for Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® &
All images of an exposure series to be expected from one of the 7 HDR algorithms to a real 32-bit HDR image, including pixel perfect alignment and impressive ghost correction. After clicking you continue working in the familiar surroundings of Lightroom® or Photoshop®. This 32-bit HDR now put the full light information exposure bracketing with incredible detail in the shadows, lights and colors.
Pure HDR makes Lightroom and Photoshop HDR Maker
Pure HDR is the answer for those who are indeed impressed by the undoubted advantages of HDR photography – unprecedented light spectrum, natural colors, all the details in shadows and highlights – but want to solve not Lightroom, Photoshop and Co..
PURE HDR project 1.15 Highlights:
– State of the art 32-bit HDR
– 7 HDR algorithms
– Worlds best alignment feature
– New interactive ghost correction
– Works with RAW / TIFF / JPG
Pure HDR is a plug-in extension, which ported the full 32-bit HDR functionality of the award-winning Franzis HDR projects series in Lightroom and Photoshop. In plug-in will be up to 33 images of an exposure series of one of the 7 HDR algorithms to a real 32-bit HDR image added together, including pixel perfect alignment and impressive ghost correction. All further steps for image development make as usual in Lightroom or Photoshop.
Seven special 7 HDR algorithms for different image demands
Pure HDR can superimpose more than just images. Special proprietary HDR algorithms ensure that the image information is perfectly summed up, namely tailored to each subject. Just as every subject requires a specific visual style, HDR images are only perfect if they were composed with a matching HDR algorithm.
the simplest form of HDR generation and forms the average of the bracketing images.
Entropy is a measure of the density of information in information theory. Applied to the HDR production, results in an algorithm that measures the level of detail of the bracketing frames per pixel and this converts into weights for HDR generation. The result is a very stable process which is set as the default algorithm for PURE HDR
The color mix-method uses the color components of the pixels as a measure of weight and is especially suitable for bracketing with little difference in brightness in some areas, such as fog, smoke or clouds shots..
This algorithm works with the logarithmic brightness (luminance). This corresponds roughly to the brightness perception of the human eye – by this algorithm is well suited for most bracketing.
A very powerful HDR fusion procedure that combines two main characteristics: With deactivated HDR smoothing the HDR images are free from halos and additionally brightness breaks are avoided.
When luminance sharpness process per pixel determines the sharpness of the luminance (brightness) and converted into a weighting. In this manner, the areas with the best Drawing in the HDR Fusion.
This method is optimized for bracketing of scanned image data in normal lighting situations.