Pure HDR – Creates genuine 32-Bit-TIFFs for Adobe® Lightroom® & Photoshop®

Pure HDR is the tool for all HDR-Professionals looking to instill fascinating and vivid details in their photographic works through utilization of complete light and color spectrums. In the form of a plug-in extension, Pure HDR works with the latest 32-Bit-HDR editing capabilities from the award winning Franzis HDR-projects collections directly in Lightroom® and Photoshop®.

  • 32-Bit-HDR Images with complete lighting information
  • Included Plug-in for Adobe® Lightroom® und Photoshop®
  • Lossless 32-Bit-TIFF compression output and specialized HDR Formats
  • For Windows and MAC

Buy now $ 29.95

PURE HDR

All PURE HDR Highlights at a glance:

  • 32-Bit-HDR Images with complete lighting information
  • Included Plug-in for Adobe® Lightroom® und Photoshop®
  • Lossless 32-Bit-TIFF compression output and specialized HDR Formats

Fascinating High Dynamic Range Photographye

HDR technology, short for High Dynamic Range, solves this problem by generating images with an extremely large dynamic range, unmatchable by monitor displays or prints.
The idea is simple – several images with varying exposure times are assembled into one image. In our example, three shots are fused: an image with a longer exposure time to capture the dark details inside the pavilion, a short exposure shot where the park behind the pavilion is correctly lit, as well as an exposure exactly in the middle.

The combined result is a single image containing all of the light, mid-tone and shadow detail. PURE HDR does the work for you. This capable program merges the bracketing exposure images and uses tone mapping to establish a photo suitable for printing and screen displays.

create fascinating images with PURE HDR

An obvious case for PURE HDR – an evening scene with lanterns can only be captured naturally using HDR technology.

Otherwise, the dark surroundings would not be capturable with the bright lights.
A camera sensor’s range of contrast is very limited when compared to that of the human eye.

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All of the details are realistically depicted in the fused photo.

Tip: Always capture your bracketing series with different exposure times, not just with different blending values.
Merging the images requires an identical depth of focus for all the individual shots. Depending on the scene, more exposures could be necessary to grasp the complete light information. You are usually on the safe side with five to seven shots. Be mindful to not set the exposure times too far apart, to avoid gaps between the exposures

User-Manual, List of supported Formats, updates

User-Manual, Updates, Plug-ins and list of supported RAW-Formats: all information can be found in in the support-area

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Pure HDR – Creates genuine 32-Bit-TIFFs for Adobe® Lightroom® & Photoshop®

Pure HDR is the tool for all HDR-Professionals looking to instill fascinating and vivid details in their photographic works through utilization of complete light and color spectrums. In the form of a plug-in extension, Pure HDR works with the latest 32-Bit-HDR editing capabilities from the award winning Franzis HDR-projects collections directly in Lightroom® and Photoshop®.

  • 32-Bit-HDR Images with complete lighting information
  • Included Plug-in for Adobe® Lightroom® und Photoshop®
  • Lossless 32-Bit-TIFF compression output and specialized HDR Formats
  • For Windows and MAC

Buy now $ 29.95

PURE HDR

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

The plug-in functionality is currently not supported by macOS 10.15 (Catalina).

Recommended

Windows 10/8/7, 64 Bit, Intel I5 Processor, 8 GB free Ram, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution at 1,280 x 1,024 Pixels, Graphics card: compatible with DirectX-9, 128 MB, 32 Bit Color depth

Mac OS X versions 10.7 or later, 64 Bit, Intel Processor  8 GB free Ram, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution at 1,920 x 1,080 Pixels, Retina Display at 2,304 x 1,440 Pixels

Minimum

Windows 10/8/7, 32 Bit, Processor Core Duo, 2 GB free Ram, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution at 1,280 x 1,024 Pixels, Graphics card: compatible with DirectX-9, 128 MB, 32 Bit Color depth

Mac OS X versions 10.7 or later, 64 Bit, Intel Processor  2 GB free Ram, 2 GB HDD, Screen Resolution at 1,280 x 1,024 Pixels, Retina Display at 2,304 x 1,440 Pixels