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HDR Projects 4 lets you perfect your photos in a new way

Engadget Engadget 24/05/2016 StackCommerce
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Despite popular belief, you don't need to spend hundreds of dollars on photo editing software to create professional quality images. HDR Projects 4 offers ultra high-dynamic-range (HDR) imaging, and is great as both a standalone software for beginners, or a Photoshop or Lightroom plugin for more advanced photo editors. It retails for nearly $200, but for a limited time, Engadget readers can get this powerful image editing tool for only $29 .

High-dynamic-range (or HDR) imaging is a game-changer in the photo editing world as it brings out a greater range of luminance in your photos and better represents what the human eye can see. With HDR imaging, you can more accurately capture light across all spectrums in your work, and finally truly bring out those gorgeous rays of light in a sunset. Additionally, HDR Projects 4 runs as a compatible plugin for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, making it a perfect editing enhancement if you're already comfortable working in other photo editing programs.

While there are many choices out there for photographers, HDR Projects 4's ultra HDR imaging makes it unique, and its compatibility with other photo editors makes it an easy addition to your editing toolset. Normally priced at $198, Engadget readers can get HDR Projects 4 at an 85 percent discount, making the final price just $29 .

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