About Hydra HDR PlugIn for Aperture
Uses a number of regular photographs (up to ten) with different exposures (darker and lighter) to create a superior one which is much closer to what one’s eye can see. This is because a single photograph cannot represent the full gamut of light because of physical limitations in the sensor. This process is also known as a high dynamic range, or HDR, imaging. See the screencast tutorials for more information on how to acquire such images with your camera.
The output produced by Hydra is much closer to what your eye actually sees. You don’t have to choose whether to have a beautiful sky or buildings, take 2 photos (or more) with perfect parameters for each of them, then combine them with Hydra. Many more features.
What’s New in this Version
- Native Aperture 3 support (64-bit)
- Better default value for Perceptive tone-mapper
- Improved automatic alignment of images
- Many more enhancements.
- Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
- Graphics Card with at least 64MB (128 MB recommended)
- PowerMac G5 or Intel Mac
- Creaceed s.p.r.l
- Post Date:
- February 11, 2010
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