updated 04:15 pm EDT, Fri May 8, 2009
Photomatrix for Aperture
HDRsoft has released a new version of Photomatix, built as an Aperture plug-in. The software merges bracketed photographs into a 32-bit HDR image, displaying a greater tonal range than a conventional photo. The plug-in also gives users the ability to align handheld photographs, and reduce problems such as noise and chromatic aberrations.
The Aperture version of Photomatix is available through the HDRsoft website, and normally costs $80 in a single license. Those who already own the stand-alone application, Photomatrix Pro 3, can download the plug-in for free. Pro pricing is set at approximately $100.