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Bracketeer provides alternative to HDR imaging

updated 05:05 pm EST, Fri February 8, 2008

Bracketeer Enfuses images

Pangea Software today unveiled Bracketeer, a utility designed for photographers to combine bracketed exposures into one image for a broad representation of shading in an image. Rather than traditional HDR imaging, which is tone mapped down to a standard image, Bracketeer uses an alternate method called "Enfusing". Enfused images are created directly from the bracketed source images, rather than an HDR image, which eliminates halos, random pixel garbage, and washed out contrast. Bracketeer is available from Pangea for $20, and includes a license to PanoPreviewer.

Existing users of PanoPreviewer are eligible for a free copy of Bracketeer, since the developer says they both use the same serial number.

by MacNN Staff



  1. scottrouse

    Joined: Dec 1969



    This looks pretty awesome. I'll be checking out the demo of this soon, and I think I'll also take a look at Pangea's panorama software. Anyone have any feedback on it?

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