With hugin you can assemble a mosiac of photographs into a complete immersive panorama, stitch any series of overlapping pictures and much more. Hugin is not just a program, it is a project with contributors around the world. The goal is to create an easy to use cross-platform panoramic imaging toolchain based on Panorama Tools. To use the assistant you need to install at least one additional program, but when that is done the setup is almost automatic and the panoramas are of excellent quality. There are provisions for optimizing exposure as well as lens parameters and image orientation in seven different combinations. Camera properties can also be set separately. More …
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Make better HDR images. The accuracy of HDRShop, with all the low-level control to squeeze out the maximum on image quality, with all the modern convenience features like exposure detection from EXIF data, image alignment and ghost removal as well as a tone mapper, so the final result looks exactly like the preview.
Picturenaut was born in the German photo community. It has been in the works for four years, with consistent improvements according to user feedback. It has always been freeware, thus setting the standard for making high quality HDR Imaging accessible and easy.
Picturenaut’s consistent multi-threaded architecture makes it the fastest tone mapper in the world. Nothing beats it running Reinhard’s Photoreceptor Physiology in realtime on the full image. If you call a new 8 core box your own, you will see it haul through a 32 Megapixel image in realtime, while you find just the right slider settings.
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