High Dynamic Range (HDR) & Exposure Blending make it possible to create highly detailed and ultra-realistic photographs with your digital camera. HDR works by combining exposure information using complex mathematics, while Exposure Blending works by simply selecting and cutting out the best parts of each photo. These two different techniques can generate different results. One technique might work better for one image than the other. This is why we think it's best to have both techniques available to use.
- Fixed performance degradation issue on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
- Fixed various memory leaks.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when dragging images in to the Welcome Window and then subsequent images into the document window.
- Fixed a bug in the document icon generation that could generate icons in the wrong aspect ratio.
- Fixed a bug in Save As dialog where some options were not showing up for JPEG and TIFF.
- Mac OS X 10.5 or later
- 1GB of RAM
- 256MB Graphics Card is recommend for hardware acceleration