Photomatix Pro the Photographers Choice for HDR
Have you ever photographed a high contrast scene? If so, you know that even the best exposure gives you blown out highlights, or flat shadows, or both. The solution is High Dynamic Range (HDR) processing:
Photomatix Pro and Photomatix Essentials are stand-alone programs running on Windows and Mac OS X. One license for Photomatix Essentials costs US$39 and one license for Photomatix Pro US$99. Use my coupon code, GregClure, at checkout at www.hdrsoft.com and recieve a 15% discount on your purchase. Photomatix Essentials is particularly easy to use and intended for photographers new to HDR. Photomatix Pro includes advanced features such as batch processing and selective deghosting, as well as a Lightroom Plug-in. Some of the features of Photomatix are also available as an Edit Plug-in of Aperture and a Filter Plug-in of Photoshop CS2 or higher. A free Lightroom Plug-in makes it possible to access Photomatix Pro directly from Lightroom, if desired.
HDRsoft offers a free trail version of Photomatix Pro to try it before you buy it, if desired. When used in trial mode, Photomatix Pro is fully functional and never expires, but adds a watermark to images produced. Give it a try!
Photomatix Pro Exposure Fusion of 3 images (EV -2, EV 0, EV +2)
Photomatix Pro realistic HDR Tone Mapped 3 images (EV -2, EV 0, EV +2)
Photomatix Pro surrealistic HDR Tone Mapped 3 images (EV -2, EV 0, EV +2)