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Ohanaware Co., Ltd Releases HDRtist Pro 1.0 for Mac OS X (HDR Software)(February 16, 2011)
Pingtung, Taiwan, February 16, 2011 --(PR.com)-- About HDRtist Pro
HDRtist Pro is a streamlined Mac App that has been designed to create and edit HDR or Exposure Blended images. Utilizing Apple technology, HDRtist Pro is able to wield and manipulate 128-Bit floating-point images (that's 16,843,009 times more precision than a JPEG photo), into beautiful works of art or super-realistic photos. Their engine has been designed to work with multiple exposures, single RAW images, and can make single JPEG images look like HDR. 1-Click Styles, editable HDRs, straight forward interface and the innovative drop-N-click system are all featured in HDRtist Pro.
Pricing & Availability
HDRtist Pro is available to purchase from the Ohanaware online store today. Mac App Store is coming soon. It is priced at $29.99 USD before tax.
HDRtist Pro requires an Intel powered Macintosh running Mac OS X 10.5 or newer, with at least 1GB of memory. A 256mb Graphic Card is recommended for Hardware acceleration.
Ohanaware is a husband & wife team living in the southern tip of Taiwan. Sharing a passion in Mac's and amateur Photography. Their first product "Funtastic Photos" went on to win 4 star awards from both MacWorld and MacFormat. Their previous games company had a top ten hit with Recyclorama. Joy Sha has a history in the design industry with experience as a 2D and 3D artist, she also holds a masters in 3D animation. Sam Rowlands has been writing software since 1990 and is an award winning software developer.
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