FRANZIS HDR projects 5 Professional


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Images that boast unrealistic contrast in the range of colors are often referred to as HDR images. These high-resolution images are created by combining multiple images of the same point, with different exposure parameters, together.
The best contrast ranges in the real world. Automatically correct exposure taken without a tripod, adjust the color temperature of individual shots, or auto-correct ghosting while preparing HDR images. For the first time, HDR projects allows you to apply HDR based on weight selection of source images. Get results fast with post-processing with 81 presets in 13 different categories from natural to artistic and landscape to architecture.
Performance without compromise. HDR projects delivers spectacular images with full depth of focus, perfectly matched lighting effects and impressive skies. Don't want to take a tripod with you? You don't need to - HDR projects will flatten the horizon of your images so you won't even notice the difference. High-end ghost image remover. Even people running in your picture or other fast moving objects are no longer a problem. HDR projects easily corrects shadows, double or ghost images automatically with a highly accurate ghost removal tool.
Program features:
• Image alignment
• Automatic removal of ghost images
• Balancing and HDR presets
• Saving in 16-bit format
• Post-processing filters
• 7 different HDR algorithms
• Customizable exposure steps
• Selective exposure and HDR weight with HDR Painter
• Built-in RAW file processing for virtually all RAW formats
• High precision alignment
• Themed presets for professional results quickly
• 5 algorithms for calculating tone mapping for maximum freedom of image transformation
• High quality filters for creatively finished and print-ready photos
• High-end HDR from exposure frames
• Ability to adjust the weight of each photo individually
• Maximum creative freedom with 9 new HDR presets
• Optimal use of hardware with 32-core multithreading
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