Saturday, July 9, 2011

iHDR iPad App Updated with iPhone Photos and EXIF Info



Dr. Dave Wilson and I have just updated my newest iPad app: Rick Sammon’s HDR Portfolio. The update includes several HDR photos taken with the iPhone and EXIF info below some of the larger photos.

As stated in the text on the app store: NOTE: This is NOT an app to process your photos. Please do not buy this app to edit photos - it doesn't do that! It is an educational app, with Rick's and Dave's HDR portfolio built in.
The app includes almost everything I know about HDR photography, as well as my latest HDR images. The interactive app is packed with more than 300 images and dozens and dozens of tips, tricks and techniques to help you master HDR image making with your digital SLR camera or digital compact camera – and have fun while you are learning.

The coolest feature of this app is HDR Dissolve™. Simply touch a standard photo to see it magically transform into the final HDR image. 

To see all my apps, click here.

Explore the light,
Rick
P.S. Here is a link to an article I wrote about getting HDR images without HDR software. Kinda cool.

3 comments:

BrennaLeeRoth1 said...

It doesn't take pictures! Extremely misleading. :-/

Rick Sammon said...

Brenna Lee Roth1... As clearly stated in the text on the iTunes store (third paragraph):

NOTE: This is NOT an app to process your photos. Please do not buy this app to edit photos - it doesn't do that! It is an educational app, with Rick's and Dave's HDR portfolio built in.

Still, I added this text to the blog post.

Thank you,
Rick

daneastside said...

hmmm... good to know, good to read the fine print. thanks.