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Full user review
"No, it really is good"
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
I went to the developer's site and downloaded the demo.
This really is a good piece of software which does exactly two things, as specified. $99 may seem a lot of money, but this is all a matter of perspective. The flash extension lead for my Nikon flash cost more than this. A Softar filter costs about twice as much.
$99 is a fairly typical price for a photographic one-trick pony. Of course, you only buy it if you need it. Given that most digital SLRs will auto-bracket up and down if you ask them to, this application will give a competitive advantage to photographers who shoot in troublesome dynamic ranges. For a professional, it will recoup itself very quickly.