“True HDR takes some work; multiple images, proper processing, but many photo apps these days have an HDR option which creates a computer rendering of multiple photos,” Nowak writes. “For Mac users who want a taste of HDR there’s Hydra.”
“Hydra is not a camera app but a photo enhancement application, specifically designed to turn multiple photos with multiple exposures into a truly high-dynamic-range image,” Nowak writes. “The split-screen comparison mode makes it easy to compare adjusted images to the original.”
Nowak writes, “Hydra is available from the app developer and the Mac App Store and there’s a try-before-you-buy option.”
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MacDailyNews Note: Hydra can currently be purchased at limited introductory pricing, 25% off, at the Mac App Store for $44.99.