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HDR photography

Create outstanding HDR photography with Aurora HDR

This Mac app makes creating HDR photographs fun and easy with amazing results.

Step up your iPhone photography with Fusion - HDR Camera

Take better control over your HDR photography with Fusion - HDR Camera.

HDR FX Gains Common And Advanced Camera Options, Plus More

The first update to JellyBus' HDR effects app is a big one. Released earlier today, HDR FX v2.0 includes numerous photo capture tools, additional borders, fixes, and more.

HDR Photography Buffs Will Love greenlike's Video Flair

This brand new app from greenlike adds lots of HDR magic to your iPhone's fancy movin' pictures.

Apple Planned HDR Photography On iPhone 3GS From The Start?

Could Apple have planned HDR support for iPhone 3GS handsets ahead of iOS 4.1's release? Hidden away within the iOS SDK is an icon for HDR photography. Interestingly enough, there's also a non-Retina icon, too. Which points towards high dynamic range photography on an iPhone 3GS, or 3G. Read on to find out more...

Jailbreak Only: Easily Enable Game Center And HDR On iPhone 3G

Not so long ago, we told you Game Center could be ported to iPhone 3G handsets. Today, we've heard that a tweak has appeared in Cydia which can do this for you with ease. All you need is a jailbroken iPhone 3G running iOS 4.1. Additionally, iPhone 3GS owners can use the same tweak to enable HDR photography on their device. Read on to find out more...

Jailbreak Only: Enable HDR Photography On Your iPhone 3G Or 3GS

iPhone 3G and 3GS owners are sadly missing out on one of the great benefits of iOS 4.1: HDR photography. However, if you've managed to jailbreak your iDevice, there is a means of enabling this feature on your iPhone. Read on to discover instructions for jailbreaking, and enabling HDR photography on your iPhone 3G or 3GS...

iOS 4.1 - Should We Be Excited About HDR Photography?

As many of you know, iOS 4.1 is set to bring a new Camera app feature called HDR photography. It's clever, but does it produce results? Read on to find out...