HDR Projects 4 FREE for limited time @ Sharewareonslale
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HDR Projects 4 FREE for limited time @ Sharewareonslale

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Found 18th Feb
FREE on sharware site HDR Projects 4

To get the download file without the shareware notifier installer thing just double click the shareware installer > Start > When it says download and install click YES > Shareware daily notifier click NO (unless you want it) > Let it download > On next page tick box that says ' Save installer to my computer in desktop folder ' and click do not install. You will then have the normal install file on your desktop


HDR projects 4

– this is magic. Start with complete light information. Once you have

seen HDR images, normal images will just seem boring. HDR projects 4

enables you to generate very precise lighting situations that are not

possible with “normal” photography or photo editing. The newest process

for super realistic images with unbeatable contrast and detail that you

have never seen before!

  • NEW and Exclusive: Ultra HDR for photos that are even more impressive
  • NEW and Free: Full-fledged Lightroom plug-in included
  • NEW and Innovative: Sensitive selective photo editing,
  • For Mac and Windows
  • Can

    be used in various ways: HDR projects 4 works as a plug-in to Adobe®

    Photoshop® and Lightroom®, and as a standalone application.
Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-computer lifetime license, for commercial or noncommercial use
  • No free updates; if you update the giveaway, it may become unregistered
  • No free tech support
  • You must redeem your license key before this offer has ended
  • May not be resold
Technical Details
  • Developed by FRANZIS
  • Version is v4.41 Standard
  • Download size is 69.8 MB - 108 MB
  • Supports Windows 7, 8/8.1, and 10 (32-bit and 64-bit), Mac OS 10.7+

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29 Comments
Shame there’s not a Mac version so I’m out.
Deeez_Nuuutz4 m ago

Shame there’s not a Mac version so I’m out.


there is
Yeah, it's a pity HDR Projects is not available for the Mac
checked the web site. it also provide free for Mac user
Original Poster
Deeez_Nuuutz14 m ago

Shame there’s not a Mac version so I’m out.




On the screen where it says what device Windows Mac etc is seems the Mac option does not work but if you select Windows on the following screen it looks like there is a Mac option (see image below)

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Edited by: "The.Crew.Designs" 18th Feb
Mac users need not feel lonely.
It's only a 30 day trial.
Original Poster
jakub.gawinski2 m ago

It's only a 30 day trial.



I have not installed it yet but is it now one of those where it installs the latest and greatest for 30 days then reverts to the free version after 30 days. Seems to be a few of those around to try and tempt you to upgrade
They do want a lot of personal information. And you cannot get your code without agreeing to be spammed by them and their friends.
Still, that's what temporary email addresses are for!
Anyone know how long it will be free for?
Shinobei9 m ago

Anyone know how long it will be free for?


It's for 30 days. Awesome piece of software though
Didn't HDR photos go out of fashion in 2016 with selfie sticks?
Edited by: "Gazzie" 18th Feb
Nice. :-)
Funny thing is when HDR first started through layering in PhotoShop 20 years ago not one person said "you need a special monitor and TV to look at that image" now one needs to invest £400 in a new display. I wonder why it took 20 years to discover that?
What a performance to install it!!
Worth the hassle though, great software.
Before layering it was dodge and burn
Allbrands brand new 65" dodge and burn tv
exposing for the shadows and the highlights
good (after nightmare installing process) but leaves a watermark
psychoid2 h, 52 m ago

Funny thing is when HDR first started through layering in PhotoShop 20 …Funny thing is when HDR first started through layering in PhotoShop 20 years ago not one person said "you need a special monitor and TV to look at that image" now one needs to invest £400 in a new display. I wonder why it took 20 years to discover that?


HDR photography and HDR movies and games are completely different things that’s why. YouTube HDR with LinusTechTips. He has a video explaining just how different they are.
Artorias10 h, 41 m ago

HDR photography and HDR movies and games are completely different things …HDR photography and HDR movies and games are completely different things that’s why. YouTube HDR with LinusTechTips. He has a video explaining just how different they are.



i'll have a look , thanks
.... later... i've had a look, typed in HDR, but cannot find the explanation you refer to., bluray, monitor, projector.
if i wrong to think that High Dynamic Range refers to exposing the image for shadows and highlights? can you explain where i'm going wrong?
Edited by: "psychoid" 19th Feb
Artorias11 h, 45 m ago

HDR photography and HDR movies and games are completely different things …HDR photography and HDR movies and games are completely different things that’s why. YouTube HDR with LinusTechTips. He has a video explaining just how different they are.



i found the Which site that explains it somewhat, but the cynic in me doubts the 1 billion colours claim (hue and tone). not that the 1billion could be available it's just that i doubt they will implement the full range. i suspect there will be a certain amount of rounding up or down due to the cheapness of the processor. 4k pixels changing tone at 120 times per second at 10 bit extron.com/pro…spx is 44.55 gbps calculations (not that i claim to understand what those number mean, it's just an example of the complexity) and so when it comes to defining the actual tone or hue, will it be yellow as 0.075123367 or yellow rounded up to 3 points and just, in this case, to yellow 0.080 so reducing to colour palette, because it is economic to do so. of course i could well be wrong but when i see claims of 10 bit that are 8bit+2, i sort of see where they are going. the macho my black is deeper than your black and "my white is whiter than yours". if a policeman shines her torch in your eyes in a dark alley can you see the dustbin you are about to run into?
Edited by: "psychoid" 19th Feb
psychoid17 h, 23 m ago

Funny thing is when HDR first started through layering in PhotoShop 20 …Funny thing is when HDR first started through layering in PhotoShop 20 years ago not one person said "you need a special monitor and TV to look at that image" now one needs to invest £400 in a new display. I wonder why it took 20 years to discover that?


*facepalm
You know we think of buttercups as a generalised yellow colour, I wonder whether spectral analysis would show buttercups cover a wide spectrum of yellows? How subtle is our colour perception? Subtle enough to discern 1000 hues/tones of yellow or 1/10th of that?
Perhaps the interplay of colour in its 1000 possible choices interacting with the 1000 shades of blue or 1000 tones of red will enable us to see something, else.
and, to continue if the smallest thing the human eye (probably generally rather than the exceptionally) is 0.1 of a millimetre, then we might assume the smallest light wave we could see would be of a similar size
If one nanometre is one billionth of a metre, 0.000021 but we can see only 0.01. for every 476 potential tones we can see 1.
of course being an idiot with an idea doesn't make me right
So does that make 3,571,428 different colours on a 10 bit panel?
But looking at this PDF
www.ecse.rpi.edu/~schubert/Light-Emitting-Diodes-dot-org/Sample...
it becomes more complex as candela/lax and wavelength, rods, cones and ganglion complicate it further.
And the question that springs from that is can we differentiate between 36 candela and 39 candela or are steps in the perception of "brightness" also limited?
If 80 lumens can temporarily blind in a dark room 80 times 3.57million colours is about 25million hues.
i'll stop now and gather those scattered thought.
arhh, nope, i think i'm wrong. it's interesting where your thoughts can take you and how they can lead to a cul-de-sac.
a screen has 8 million pixels calculate the colours it can show?
move along sir, nothing to see here.
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