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Just the finest HDR images possible. 20+ essential tools are on tap for every HDR editing task. Filters for creative LUT mapping, polarizing, color toning, denoising, dodge & burn and more deliver the utmost control and HDR excellence. Go beyond with exclusive tools. Files that Have the HDR extension are raster image files saved in a the High Dynamic Range format. This format is most commonly used for digital photos. Images saved as HDR images are used for enhancing images and photos with regard to color and brightness. Washed out areas, shadows and other dynamics can be easily fixed in HDR images.

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14 July 2020: Photomatix for Linux updated to version 2, adding a Straightening tool, the Fusion/Interior HDR method, OpenEXR open/save and CR3 support.

23 January 2020: Photomatix Pro updated to version 6.2, adding a plugin for Capture One and Canon CR3 support.

28 May 2019: HDR Batch Plugin for Lightroom is released. The plugin lets you automatically merge multiple stacks of bracketed exposures in Lightroom, and process them with the HDR style of your choice.

5 March 2019: Photomatix Real Estate Camera, an iPhone app for taking high-quality real estate pictures without photography expertise, now available on the App Store.

26 March 2018: HDR Exposures Calculator now available in iOS. The free web version of the app is still available at HDRsoft.com/ev.

13 August 2017: Q&A on using HDR for a solar eclipse based on the questions from a user preparing to photograph the August 21 eclipse.

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21-May-17: Photomatix Pro 6.0 released, adding a new HDR rendering method for realistic results, a Brush Tool, color adjustments, straightening, and more.

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30-Sep-14: Photomatix Essentials updated to version 4, adding realistic-looking Tone Mapping and Finishing Touch options among other updates. Photomatix Essentials is an easy-to-use program intended for photographers who are new to HDR.