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What is the Best HDR Photography Software?

Until recently if asked the question “What is the best HDR photography software?”, I would have instantly and without hesitation said “Photomatix“.  This answer is still true to a large extent, but Photomatix definitely has a contender now.

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Photomatix File Formats

Photomatix Pro will work with a variety of file formats.  Specifically, the software will open and save images with the following formats:

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Photomatix Vs Photoshop

If you decide to purchase any Photomatix product at some point, you will get a 15% discount on your purchase, by entering the coupon code “photoluminary” (without the quotes) into the Online order form.

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HDR Histogram – Photomatix

For an automatic 15% discount on any Photomatix product, enter the coupon code photoluminary during your order.

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Download Photomatix – Free Trial

If you decide to purchase a license for any Photomatix product, you will get an automatic 15% discount by entering the coupon code photoluminary on the order form at HDRsoft.com. Read More

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What is HDR Photography?

To get started with HDR photography, download Photomatix from HDRsoft.com.  They offer a fully functional trial version, which will never expire.  If you decide to purchase a license, you can get an instant 15% discount by entering the coupon code photoluminary during your order. Read More

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Lightroom Photomatix Plug-In

To get an automatic 15% discount on the purchase of any Photomatix product, enter the coupon code photoluminary into the order form.

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Chromatic Aberrations and HDR

Get an automatic 15% discount on any Photomatix product.  Simply enter the coupon code photoluminary during your order.

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Noise Reduction – Photomatix Pro

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HDR Tutorial – Photomatix Pro 4

Welcome to my HDR tutorial and Photomatix Pro Version 4 Review

Get a 15 % discount on any Photomatix product by entering the coupon code photoluminary during your order from HDRsoft.com.  Photomatix Pro is typically $99, so that’s quite a discount! Last July, I wrote a Photomatix tutorial which was aimed at beginning HDR photographers. Due to the release of Photomatix Pro version 4, which is significantly more packed with features than its predecessor, I have decided to start anew and write a new review and tutorial. Like my previous tutorial, I will start out with providing some basic information about HDR photography, as well as provide some helpful tips for beginners on things such as camera settings. HDR photography has generated a certain amount of controversy among photographers. There exist photography purists who hate HDR and think that it’s both ugly and a form of cheating. Among these photographers, it is thought that achieving the perfect exposure with a single shot should be the goal. On the opposite end of the spectrum there are photographers who prefer the “no holds barred” look in HDR. Colors are deliberately over-saturated and perspective is obviously and dramatically skewed for artistic impact.

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