Photomator 3.2


I have been a big fan of Photomator and have used it daily since I left behind Adobe Lightroom products. In the ever-evolving world of photography, staying at the forefront of technological advancements is key to unlocking your creative potential. The much-anticipated release of Photomator 3.2 promises to revolutionize the way photographers approach High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography, offering a complete suite of tools for importing, editing, and exporting stunning HDR photos. Let’s dive into the exciting features that make this update a game-changer.

HDR Support Beyond Boundaries

Photomator 3.2 is set to introduce full HDR support, empowering photographers to elevate their craft to new heights. Compatible with a range of HDR formats, including RAW, iPhone ProRAW, 10-bit HEIC, 10-bit AVID, and 10-bit JPEG XL, this update ensures flexibility for users with various preferences and devices.

The HDR workflow is seamless, allowing photographers to import, edit, and export HDR photos while preserving essential HDR data. All the powerful tools and color adjustments within Photomator are designed to seamlessly integrate with HDR photos, providing a user-friendly experience that caters to both novice and seasoned photographers.

Smart HDR: Breathing New Life into Your Photos

Photomator 3.2 doesn’t stop at traditional HDR support. The introduction of Smart HDR is a game-changing feature that allows editors to transform standard dynamic range (SDR) photos into vivid HDR masterpieces. This innovative feature enhances colours, reveals intricate details in the brightest areas, and improves overall contrast. The result? A rejuvenated photo that retains all the HDR data for further editing and sharing.

Enhanced Compatibility and Performance

To fully leverage Photomator 3.2, users need more than just updated software. The update requires a compatible display and the use of iOS 17, iPadOS 17, or macOS 14. For optimal results, consider viewing your HDR photos on an iPhone 15 series phone, Mac, or iPad with XDR displays, or the Pro Display XDR.

This major update also brings enhanced compatibility with iOS 17 and macOS 14 Sonoma. Notable additions include an improved Select Subject algorithm for faster and more precise subject selections, full support for JPEG XL files, and complete AVIF file format support for all users.

Navigating Challenges: HDR on the Web

Despite these exciting advancements, there are challenges to widespread HDR support on the web. Notably, Apple’s Safari has limited support for HDR. To share HDR content online conveniently, Photomator recommends uploading it as an HDR video. However, this poses a challenge for WordPress users, as the platform doesn’t currently support this format. Interested users are encouraged to explore the software and discover its full potential.

How to Get Photomator 3.2

Photomator is available for free download from the App Store on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. Users can opt for a monthly subscription at $5 or choose a $100 lifetime license for uninterrupted access to the latest features. The HDR update is scheduled to roll out to all users on November 22, marking a significant leap forward in HDR photography.

In conclusion, Photomator 3.2 is poised to redefine the HDR photography experience. With its comprehensive HDR support, Smart HDR feature, enhanced compatibility, and performance improvements, it’s a must-have for photographers looking to push the boundaries of creativity. Download the latest version, explore its features, and embark on a journey to capture the world in stunning high dynamic range.

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