HDR+ Camera for iOS

November 1, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | 1 Comment |
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HDR+ Camera is a new iOS app that helps users easily take ghost-free high dynamic range (HDR) images on their device. The app’s rapid algorithms also ensure “lightning-fast” processing times that rival professional-grade equipment, the developers say. “HDR+ Camera is the elegantly efficient way to overcome the frustrating problem faced by iPhone and iPad users, which is that their device’s native camera cannot vividly capture real-life scenes due to ranging light intensity,” commented Eugene Panich of Almalence. “As a result, bright areas look washed-out, while shadowy areas are darkened and devoid of details. But now, with HDR+ Camera installed on their device, they can apply the same HDR photography approach used by professional photographers, and effortlessly capture real-life images with truly vivid color and amazingly rich detail - and all with just one touch!” HDR+ Camera is available for $1.99 on iTunes.

Almalence Press Release

HDR+ Camera Lets iOS Users Take Professional Quality HDR Images

The groundbreaking new app HDR+ Camera from Almalence, transforms the iPad and iPhone into a professional-grade camera that captures high dynamic range (HDR) images complete with stunning detail and rich, vibrant colors. iPhone and iPad users who want to easily take professional quality, ghost-free high dynamic range (HDR) images on their device can join the ranks of professional photographers.

Cupertino, California - iPhone and iPad users who want to easily take professional quality, ghost-free high dynamic range (HDR) images on their device and join the ranks of professional photographers can now download the groundbreaking new app HDR+ Camera 2.1 for iOS.

Designed by the professional HDR software experts at Almalence, HDR+ Camera allows users to capture vivid details and rich colors in both bright and dark areas, and then merge them into a single, flawless photo with just one touch.

In addition, HDR+ Camera compensates for shaky hands and automatically detects moving objects in order to prevent ghosting. The app’s rapid algorithms also ensure lightning-fast processing times that rival professional-grade equipment.

“HDR+ Camera is the elegantly efficient way to overcome the frustrating problem faced by iPhone and iPad users, which is that their device’s native camera cannot vividly capture real-life scenes due to ranging light intensity,” commented Eugene Panich of Almalence. “As a result, bright areas look washed-out, while shadowy areas are darkened and devoid of details. But now, with HDR+ Camera installed on their device, they can apply the same HDR photography approach used by professional photographers, and effortlessly capture real-life images with truly vivid color and amazingly rich detail - and all with just one touch!”

HDR+ Camera, the groundbreaking new app that lets iPhone and iPad users join the ranks of professional photographers and create high quality, ghost-free HDR images, is available now on iTunes.

Device Requirements:
* 3/4/5 Gen iPhone, iPad, or 3/4/5 Gen iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 2.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
HDR+ Camera 2.1 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.

Almalence: http://www.almalence.com
HDR+ Camera 2.1: http://www.appshout.com/apps/hdr-camera/
Purchase and Download: https://itunes.apple.com/app/hdr+-camera/id541004777
HDR+ Camera Flickr Group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1820156@N20

Founded in 2005 and based in the USA and Republic of Korea, Almalence is focused on developing cutting-edge imaging processing technologies. Creating both end-user products and solutions for camera and mobile OEMs, Almalence’s mission is to let photographers overcome the limits of their cameras and get image quality and features never available before, including the provision of mobile imaging quality and features similar to DSC/DSLR. Copyright (C) 2012 Almalence. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.



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#1 Sveyo

I am quite eager too see the options of Photo Sphere camera on the Google Nexus 4 http://forconsumers.blogspot.com/2012/11/google-nexus-4-released-and-for-sale.html they say it is quite a camera for a smartphone and with specs like these it sure is... 8MP autofocus, 1080p videos with continuous focus, 360° panoramas. I still haven't tried any HDR apps for Android but I am sure they will work just great on this one.

1:03 pm - Thursday, November 1, 2012