Even if you are a traditional film and darkroom user, you have seen HDR images everywhere—technically crisp and sometimes surreal, HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. Several images are usually combined to create wider color, and greater highlight and shadow range in a single image. Depending on the photographer and the intent of the photograph, some images may look realistic while others seem more graphic and (some say) harder to digest. Whatever your take on HDR, it is a useful tool that photographers may choose to enhance their creative take on the world.
Nik Software’s HDR Efex ProTM, is a completely new software that offers an all-in-one approach to HDR−it enables both realistic and artistic effects to be applied within a single tool. The new software offers single-click HDR imaging with categorized style presets, precise selective fine-tuning using Nik Software’s proprietary UPoint® Technology. Photographers can also create HDR effects using a single image.
HDR Efex Pro works with Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Lightroom and Apple Aperture. Visit www.niksoftware.com/hdr and sign up for free webinars on using their software products.