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Thursday, November 01, 2012

HDR+ Camera for iOS

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.

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