Shoot and edit HDR im­ages

Mac Format - - RATED - Kenny Hem­phill

£1.99 Devel­oper East Coast Pix­els, fu­sion­hdr.com

Works with iPhone, iPod touch, iPad Ver­sion 1.0

The iPhone’s Cam­era app is ca­pa­ble of shoot­ing high dy­namic range (HDR) im­ages, but Fu­sion prom­ises more con­trol over your im­ages.

For ex­am­ple, while the Cam­era app al­lows you to se­lect HDR then shoots three ex­po­sures and com­bines them, Fu­sion al­lows you to spec­ify the in­ter­vals be­tween ex­po­sures (al­beit with two op­tions be­sides auto).

A his­togram lets you an­a­lyse a scene be­fore you shoot and Steady Shot de­lays the shot un­til the cam­era is still. Con­trols for au­to­ex­po­sure lock and fo­cus lock are in­cluded, as well as a spot me­ter op­tion, while all ex­po­sures are saved and can be ex­ported.

Edit­ing in­cludes white bal­ance, sharp­ness, colour, light­ing and the abil­ity to spec­ify parts of the im­age to be taken from each brack­eted ex­po­sure.

Fu­sion pro­vides a level of con­trol over HDR im­ages that’s usu­ally re­served for DSLR cam­eras.

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