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OLONEO PHOTOENGINE REVIEW- HDR

Fast and easy to use real time HDR editor i use for when a photo realistic look is required. Great for processing many bracketed shots at once, no issue processing +16 shots. For a more artistic look Photomatix is my go to editor.

Pros

Very fast processing and real time editing.

○ The “Natural HDR Mode” is great for reducing saturation when processing night shots.​

○ Excellent color control using genuine saturation, luminance and hue slider bars and a white balance color picker.

○ Curves can be adjusted during the tone mapping.

○ History of what you have done to your image and a real time preview of each step.

○ Very good and simple Batch processing interface.

○ Export directly to any editor of your choosing.

○ For stitching panoramas, Oloneo processed photos are great, stitching panoramas with Photomatix processed images is very problematic.

Cons

○ Use of a tripod is a must to prevent alignment issues  and prevent movement in your shots

as the de-ghosting features are not as sharp.

○ No Mac OS version available.

○ A bit pricey at $149.

Oloneo is fast, responsive and highly effective at controlling photographs which have very difficult lighting. Easy to use for beginners yet powerful application to create high-quality HDR photos quickly with a full range of real-time tone mapping tools and options. Whether using multiple bracketed exposures or a single photo, PhotoEngine allows to easily recover lost details in overexposed areas of a photo, restore low-light areas in underexposed photos, or create infinite variations of an image, from the most realistic look to the utmost creative tone-mapping style, without compromising details and color appearance.

Oloneo Web Site:  Oloneo HDR Software

SOME EXAMPLES MADE USING OLONEO.

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