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The Power Of 32-bit HDR Imaging
In digital photography the colors and brightness of each pixel are recorded as binary numbers. Naturally, the more numbers available to you the greater variation you can determine for each pixel. The more variation that you can determine, the richer and more detailed your digital image will be. Your photo editing application most likely describes pixels in 8-bits (256) or 16-bits (65,535).
Imagine the color and tonal variations available to you by working in 32-bit mode (4,294,967,296) in HDR Express 2. All the colors your eye can see are now available for creating your HDR photography image. And, every tool and operation in HDR Express 2 works in the high-precision 32-bit floating point mode which virtually eliminates color shifts and data loss.
HDR Expose 2 is the pro’s choice for creating stunning and color-accurate HDR images.
This major upgrade incorporates 26 new or improved features making it a full-featured application and not just a tone mapping utility.
HDR Expose 2 ships with Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture export plug-ins.