DxO Labs is releasing a DxO HDR plug-in for DxO Optics Pro 6.5 in November, promising the power of multi-image processing for high quality HDR images and dramatic noise reduction by merging several Raw images as one.
Extremely contrasted scenes are difficult to capture even with high-end DSLRs. The new DxO HDR plug-in for DxO Optics Pro overcomes this limitation by merging bracketed Raw image captures into a single image file and render a high dynamic range (HDR) image.
“The DxO HDR plug-in also provides automatic image alignment, needed to compensate for camera motion when shooting hand-held, and ghost removal, needed to account for moving objects within the scene.” said Cyrille de La Chesnais, Director Sales & Marketing for DxO Labs’ Photography business. “Photographers can even decide which instance of the moving object they want to keep in the final image.”