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 Post subject: HDR software for Macs
PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 6:55 pm 
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Has anyone seen or used Hydra?

It looks pretty nice!

http://www.creaceed.com/hydra/

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Hmm, definitely looks nice, but probably reserved to die-hard Aperture users, as Photomatix seems more polyvalent and flexible (but doesn't integrate into Aperture that is).

However, being a die-hard Aperture use myself, I might give it a shot :P

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Hi,

since my cameras raw format is not supported by aperture, I came to use and love Lightzone! Nice Menu, nice navigation and really good results especially compard to those from Photoshop, which isn't a great deal but you get a kind of Aperture with Lightroom interfac alike and Photomatix build into it!

check it out, if you're tired of using dozens of Programs!

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I tried both Hydra and Photomatix Pro and got better results from photomatix. The integration to aperture isn't a huge improvement from exporting the masters from aperture and dragging them into photomatix either.

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