Edit exposure bracketing window

On the left side we have the Exposure bracketing panel, with series of three or more different exposures of the same image. This panel can be detached and eventually transferred to a second monitor, leaving more space for the center image.

On the right side we have the HDR algorithms panel (HDR or Ultra HDR), with a generous range of settings. This panel can also be detached. If we have no more than one exposure of the same picture, the program will create two synthetic images (one underexposed and one overexposed). But we may add more synthetic images. The exposure bracketing can be even exported.

In this window is a practical button, luminance view. This button allow viewing underexposed (blue-purple) and overexposed (yellow-red) areas in the photo.

In this window we can activate edit weightings with a lot of instruments, for fine retouching images.

If we right click on the image, we see the original photo.

Post-processing module

The photo in the center is framed by two removable panels. On the left side we find tone mapping – default settings with 134 presets (natural, landscape, monochrome, color fidelity, surreal, architecture, artistic, glow). Each preset has a thumbnail, in which the image appears. These presets can be combined, exported or imported.

On the right side we find a lot of settings: HDR or ultra HDR; Magnifying glass; Point of interest; Intelligent color space; Light effect of the tone mapping; Optimization assistant; Local adjustment; Corrections.

If we right click on the image, we see the original photo.

We are able to create restore point. One has one button for Panorama view, Compare window, Original resolution view and Histogram. An unmatched function in other programs is Show border pixels on/off. Border pixels are the pixels which are very close to the limit of what can be shown.