Unified Color Technologies has announced the latest upgrade to its HDR image editing software offerings, HDR Expose 2, the standalone HDR software that empowers photographers to create the true-to-life HDR images possible, and 32 Float 2, an 32-bit HDR image editing plug-in for Adobe Photoshop®..
Built upon Unified Color’s Beyond RGBTM color technology platform, both HDR Expose 2 and 32 Float v2 separate an image’s color component from its luminosity component, enabling photographers to adjust each independently, preventing the tell-tale color shifts often associated with HDR photography and producing more natural-looking tone mapped results, according to Alfred Zee, CEO of Unified Color Technologies.

HDR Expose 2 and 32 Float 2 are also true 32-bit color editing tools that take full advantage of all the available shades of color and tone in a 32-bit HDR image for the smoothest, halo-free results. With these upgrades, Unified Color has reengineered its base architecture to significantly improve performance and expand the programs’ tool sets to offer additional fine control over global and local tonal adjustments, says Zee.

HDR Expose 2 and 32 Float 2 are available for direct purchase through the company website at: http://www.unifiedcolor.com/products, and a 30-day free trial is available for each. Several pricing options are available. The products are compatible with Mac OS 10.6.4 or later.