Well executed app. Settings are good as standard and can be altered if needed. Makes a dull image come alive which is great for a mobile phone as the limitations of the lens and sensor diminish quality. A mobile phone will never compare to a DSLR not eben close....bit this app allows you to add depth to your photos and see them in a way far better than you thought
App does an excellent job combining three exposure bracketed images to produce HDR result. I shoot the three images with a DSLR in continuous high speed mode without a tripod, and the app combines them to produce a very sharp resultant image.
This is almost exactly what I have been looking for in an HDR app! It stacks multiple images at different exposures and pulls out the best of each image. Would be better if you could save profiles. This would be a 5-star app, EXCEPT for not providing a paid-for version that removes the full-screen ad on every image save. Please consider doing this, as I would be willing to pay a 'premium' app price for this!
UI is a bit rough around the edges but it does the job. My "proper" camera can fire exposure bracketed photos at my phone and my phone can turn them into an HDR. This would be a cool thing to have running as a background service. "Watch this dir, when a sequence is added, do the thing automatically with my stored settings." My only complaint with it so far is the ads. Unless I'm missing something, there's no way to buy your way out of them.
This is not HDR, its a primitive editing app. Useless. Uninstall
In-application-purchase (IAP) option to remove in-application adverts.
Added save as PNG format (note PNG doesn't support preserving Exif tags).
New icon to control contrast enhancement "detail" (how "local" the contrast enhancement is).
Reduced memory usage when saving/sharing images for multiple input images.
Various bug fixes.