With easyHDR, get your digital photos closer to what you've seen with your own eyes. Say goodbye to unwanted over- and underexposures. EasyHDR is an image processing software that produces and tone maps High Dynamic Range images. You will get neat results even if the photos are taken in very difficult lighting conditions.
A HDR image is produced from a sequence of photos taken with a camera at different exposure settings (in most cases in auto bracketing mode, or AEB), where the exposure time, ISO setting and the aperture vary. The HDR image (also called a HDR radiance map) has to be tone mapped, so it can be displayed on a computer screen or printed. EasyHDR can process TIFFs, JPEGs and almost all RAW image formats thanks to a built-in RAW converter. It can also do lens distortion and chromatic aberration correction. If the photos are taken hand-held, the automated alignment option is right there to fix for shift, rotation and perspective misalignment. Any moving objects (people, cars), that typically spoil HDR photos, can be eliminated, or repaired with a semi-automatic ghost removal tool.
While tone mapping, you can make use of the layers to apply different settings to various parts of the image, which gives great flexibility. The mask painting gradient tool makes it very simple. EasyHDR guides you through the process of HDR image generation and tone mapping, and the available options like editing history (undo/redo) and before/after compare ensure the work with it is fun. If you have hundreds of photos to process, you'll also find batch processing very useful. Just create a task list, choose settings and wait for the results. For the Adobe Lightroom users there is a special plug-in that allows direct export of the photos from Lightroom to easyHDR for processing and automatic import of the result back to the Lightroom's catalog.