Complete Photomatix Pro 4.2 Review Now Online at HDRPhotographyPro.com For HDR Photographers

To help photographers interested in high dynamic range (HDR) techniques, popular HDRPhotographyPro.com has released a detailed software review of Photomatix Pro by HDRSoft.

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Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 30, 2013

As digital cameras, mobile phones, and technology is becoming more complex, powerful software solutions are rising to meet the challenge. High dynamic range photography enthusiasts will be familiar with HDRPhotographypro.com, and the team has just released a complete Photomatix Pro review, sharing some surprising findings while detailing ins and outs of the popular HDR processing software.

To read the full report on the underrated and overrated features, uses and lesser known benefits, visitors can: click here to read review.

"People on the fence, who want to learn more about these techniques, researching, and looking for the best software solution to create their effects will be able to make their choice," said Kevin Pryce, HDRPhotographypro.com founder..

In addition to the HDRSoft product, Nik Software, recently purchased by Google, offers the competing HDR Efex Pro. According to the site, a surface level comparison of the two looks competitive, with differences becoming more apparent with in-depth use.

The HDRsoft suite of products & plugins includes:

  • Photomatix Pro (Available in 64-bit & 32-bit, Mac & Windows)
  • Pro Plus Bundle
  • Photomatix Plug-In for Apple Aperture
  • Tone Mapping Plug-In for Photoshop CS6 2/3/4/5
  • Merge to 32-bit HDR Plug-in for Lightroom

"Professionals know, the right tools save time & improve results, making the artist look good," added Mr. Pryce.

The photomatix review according to the website is just one photographers opinion, but adds, having compared nearly every HDR software available, he feels his recommendations can benefit others working in high dynamic range.

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