HDRsoft Photomatix Pro 6.0 | Mac OS X | 11 MB.
Professional cameras usually have a greater dynamic range, which translates into more detailed pictures in both the shadows and the light. Now, you can transfer this advantage to your digital camera, thanks to Photomatix.
Photomatix Pro is an extraordinary application that brings out all the details of an image, which has been taken with the technique known as bracketing or bracketing. This method involves taking several photographs of the same scene with different exposure settings.
So, thanks to this application you can attach pictures taken with different exposures to achieve a single image where you can see the details in both shadows and lights, thus expanding its dynamic range.
The application offers two methods to enhance photographs: HDR Tone Mapping and Exposure Fusion. Once it completed the automated process offers the possibility of a finer final adjustment controlling various parameters such as brightness, microcontraste, the factor gamma, color temperature, etc.
HDRsoft Photomatix Pro 6.0
New method of rendering for a realistic appearance
Tone Balancer is a new method of rendering HDR Tone Mapping is good for realistic results. Photographers real estate and landscape photographers who want natural style options more realistic style fits well.
Settings individual color
A new tool color adjustment integrated directly in the panel processing HDR allows you to change the hue, saturation and brightness of the individual colors of the image, which is particularly useful for fixing molds color .
Make adjustments to part of their image using the brush tool. Select the color or brightness changes you want and paint over the area you want to affect. You can also use the brush to blend areas with one of source photos and select several effects for different parts of the image.
For a more realistic look, you can now combine HDR rendered image with one of the original photos. Change the opacity for greater or lesser influence on the final result.
Correct the horizon in your image if it is not level, or when the vertical things like walls or buildings appear vertical. The tool is part of the palette finishing touch.
More intuitive workflow
Whether you’re working with a single image or a set of photographs in brackets, a more intuitive work flow makes it easier to load and choose images and continue editing.