March 2010 Blog Posts (3)

Hydra HDR Software for Mac focuses on "as they eye sees it" with great results

I have a feeling someone releases a new HDR editing application every week, because I am not even looking for them but good ones keep finding me.

The latest HDR App, Hydra (Mac only), focuses on creating images "closer to what the eye sees", which is perfect for using HDR in virtual tours and real estate photography.

Hydra claims to work even with pictures taken without a tripod due to their alignment…

Added by Alan Pinstein on March 25, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

Preview of AWESOME Content-Aware Photo Editing Features in Photoshop CS5

I've blogged about content-aware resizing and PatchMatch algorithms previously, and how it would likely become a really powerful tool for cleaning up images.

The guys over at Adobe have incorporated these algorithms into Photoshop CS5, but in a much more awesome way than I ever imagined. Check out this video to see how easy Photoshop CS5 will make it to quickly fix a bunch of problems very common to real estate…

Added by Alan Pinstein on March 24, 2010 at 3:29pm — 3 Comments

Adding Tours to Twitter and Facebook Automatically

Adding Tours to Twitter and Facebook Automatically

Every tour can be automatically posted to Twitter and FaceBook. Photographers can have all the tours they publish post…


Added by Paul Rodman on March 17, 2010 at 8:00pm — 5 Comments

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