HDR, or ‘high dynamic range imaging’, is a popular term in photographic circles at the moment. Adobe has finally given us a half-decent interface for conjuring up blindingly over-shiny and under-achieving HDR photographs. Dubbed ‘HDR Pro’, it replaces the God-awful interface present in CS4. With Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended, you can use new Exposure Merge technology to create photorealistic or wildly surreal 32-Bit HDR images with unprecedented speed, control, and accuracy. Exposure Merge offers automatic ghost removal and greater control with tone mapping and adjustments so you can retain complete clarity and see the full tonal range.
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