• Select multiple user presets in the batch preset mode so that you can take an image and create five different copies using five different presets treatments.
HDR Expose 2 really does run very fast and everything about it is snappy. As opposed to prior versions, the order of operation is fixed – you have to step through each section in order, but the order is preconfigured to create a proper result.
I like the layout of the interface as its workflow seems very natural. The user defined presets are a welcome addition and will become a real time saver as you work with HDR Expose 2. The batch processing capabilities is a breeze to work with, and the multiple user presets is a nice addition as well. When you add in the increased speed, this makes for an attractive upgrade.
Because HDR Expose 2 is a standalone product, is the only one that stays in 32-bit mode for the entirety of processing, and it has the tools for cropping, rotating, sharpening, and other finishing tools, it could be the only product you have to use to create great HDR images. HDR Expose 2 is priced at $149.00 and it can be found at the Unified Color store and it is for these reasons I can easily recommend this product.