Introducing ppinng!HDR for iOS

Date: October 28, 2014

Today, PathPartner has released its camera app for iOS: ppinng!HDR, the app to capture high quality HDR images.
The auto exposure mode in your phone camera involves assessing the scene brightness to set an appropriate exposure value for image capture. But in vivid scenes, the detail would either be crushed into complete blackness or blown out due to overexposure.
When you click an image in the bright outdoors with an interesting object in the shadows, auto-exposure decreases exposure, dimming your subjects further. When you click an image in a dark room with a small window having a bird perched outside, the exposure is increased to clarify the indoors, saturating the bird out.
Have a look and check how our ppinng!HDR camera app will help you…
ppinng!HDR empowers your mobile camera with high dynamic range through an intelligent technique. A single click in ppinng!HDR captures multiple images of varying exposures. Our high dynamic range algorithm picks the pixels that matter from each of these images and composes it ,providing you the impression of a true-to-life HDR image.
The HDR feature in your stock camera app might mandate absolute steadiness of clasp during HDR capture. When the scene subjects move during captures, the image might also contain unpleasant ‘ghosted’ regions.
ppinng!HDR’s alignment technique intelligently adjusts images to compensate for shaky and wobbly hands. The ‘deghosting’ algorithm employed by ppinng!HDR smartly ensures that movement of scene subjects does not result in unpleasant ‘ghosting’ artifacts.
Apart from being faster and more powerful, we’ve made the app more beautiful, easy to use and allowing you to choose the quality of the image.

Below images shows HDR ON and HDR OFF

Screen Shots

Lot more on our way!

Our mobile apps team is working to provide you with more updates! Stay tuned with us!

Get our ppinng!HDR Camera App NOW!

Download our App in Apple store

Our ppinng!HDR is also available in

Google Playstore and Windows Store
Soujanya Rao
Executive Marketing Communications
Narasimha Kaushik Narahari
Senior Software Engineer

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