- Category: Photography
- Released date: 11/24/2009
- Current Version: 2.2.2
- Seller: Pictional LLC
- Recommended Age: 4+
- Download Size: 4325601
- Last Update: 07/22/2011
- Requirements: All
** Selected by Apple for the App Store Hall of Fame **
Use TrueHDR to take full-resolution HDR (high dynamic range) pictures with your iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad 2, or iPod Touch 4G! Beautiful new Natural mode takes better pictures than ever before and with faster processing speed. Autocapture mode makes it easy to take fantastic HDR pictures, and SemiAuto mode offers greater control in choosing exposure points. Share using Facebook, Twitter, or email from within the app.
Rated 4.5-stars on MacWorld
Featured on TUAW, Wired, Gizmodo, Mashable
2009 "Best App Ever" finalist
- Choice of Natural or Enhanced modes, with Natural for the most realistic look and Enhanced for slightly more vivid colors and contrast - pick the look you like
- All new Natural mode gives you beautifully natural true-to-life colors, faster processing, and reduced image noise
- Easy capture with AutoCapture mode
- Greater control over exposure points with SemiAuto capture mode and manual mode
- Can automatically save original images for use with desktop HDR programs if desired
- Works on iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, and iPod Touch 4G where the native camera does not offer an HDR option
- Full support for front facing camera in all three modes (Auto, SemiAuto, and Manual), making composing and taking self portraits easier and more fun than ever
- Convenient sharing features (Facebook, Twitter, email)
- Photo albums integration: create an HDR photo using saved images
- Better HDR results through state-of-the-art computational photography techniques
- Supports quick app switching - pick up from where you left off when you return
- Inspect your results: pinch, zoom and pan around in portrait or landscape to check out the results
Use TrueHDR to unleash the potential of your iDevices (iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad, iPod Touch 4G) and create beautiful HDR pictures!
Have you taken pictures, only to find out that the clouds were washed out, making the sky look like a white haze? Or how about pictures where everything in the shadows looked like a dark blob with no details?
With TrueHDR, you can get the best of bright and dark areas and merge them into a single realistic-looking picture that is much closer to what your eyes originally saw.
The TrueHDR web site (see below) has an extensive gallery showing 'before' images along with the resulting images.