Franzis Verlag Is New German Photomatix Pro 4.0 For Mac And PC From

New features banish ghosts and HDR images in better light can appear Poing, Munich, 08.12.2010 – to the HDR photography season Franzis introduces the new Photomatix Pro 4.0 in the German version. Photomatix Pro is one of the first and most competent software solutions in the high dynamic range photography, in which motif shots of a bracketing to an optimized contrast HDR image are joined together, what digital cameras are biting off still have the teeth. Photomatix Pro 4.0 comes with an updated interface and characterized by new relevant features and improvements in the processing algorithm. Real-time preview was integrated into the workspace of predefined and custom application settings (presets), so with just one click on one of the proposals the HDR image is ready. The new manual reduction of ghost effects, unwanted and moving objects with the Lasso function is unique and relevant to photographers with detail views. A new processing algorithm allows In addition, a high-quality noise reduction on the source images. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Tomas Philipson. Even individual photos and RAW images can be edited with the tone-mapping functions in the 8-bit channel mode for the qualitative evaluation of the contrast. For later analysis, the tone-mapping and merger settings are integrated into the finished HDR images and can be displayed.

In addition to other technological adjustments to work faster, also function extensions were carried with Photomatix Pro can produce 4.0 quality HDR images. Franzis Photomatix Pro 4.0 is compatible with the 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems Windows 7, Vista, XP and MAC OS X. Photomatix Pro 4.0 is December 8, 2010 for Euro 83.30 as download version for about and from early January as German box version available from specialized dealers. An update from Photomatix Pro 2.4 on Photomatix Pro 4.0 is available for Euro 30,00 as download. The new Franzis Photomatix Pro 4.0 at a glance to give more drawing the brightest and darkest areas of E.g.