Photomatix Tone Mapping 2.0 for Photoshop (x86/x64) | 1.13 Mb
The Tone Mapping plug-in processes High Dynamic Range images in order to reveal their details in highlights and shadows. The resulting image can then be converted into an 8-bit or 16-bit file that shows the whole dynamic range available in the original HDR image. Because the tonal range has been compressed while maintaining local contrast, the tone mapped image is ready for display on standard monitors and prints. The Tone Mapping plug-in can also be applied to a 16-bit image resulting from RAW conversion.
Updated in version 2.0:
- Added Tone Compressor tone mapping method.
- Multi-threading support: complete multi-threading for Tone Compressor method and partial for Details Enhancer method.
- Added support for tone mapping larger files than was previously possible
- Details Enhancer\'s Light Smoothing setting (renamed \"Smoothing\" in v1.1) has now two modes. The new mode is in the form of a slider and produces a slightly different effect. The behavior of previous versions corresponds to the \"Light " mode which is in the form of five buttons named \"Min ", \"Low\",
\"Mid\", \"High\" and \"Max\".
- Details Enhancer\'s Highlights Smoothness setting (i.e. the setting that avoids grey highlights and preserves \"clean\" skies) has been significantly improved.
- Added built-in presets for Details Enhancer. Presets are \"Natural\", \"Smooth Skies\", \"Painterly\" and \"Grunge\", and are accessible from the Presets combo-box.
- Added buttons for \'Undo\' and \'Redo\' of the last settings done
- Bug fixed: Tone mapping a large file sometimes causes Photoshop to crash when there is insufficient memory to perform the operation