Download Free Photo Software: Artizen HDR

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Name: Artizen HDR
Description: Artizen HDR is a complete high/low dynamic-range graphic studio. This allows the user to image edit, tone map with 13+ operators, batch-process, and browse over 31 file formats ranging from 8-bits to 32-bits per channel images easily and quickly. In addition, Artizen offers full reading, editing, and writing metadata (Exif, GPS, and IPTC). As well as having a wide selection of Web, icon, and image-slicing features that makes it one of the most complete applications on the market today.
License: Free
File Size: 9.92MB
Requirements: Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server

>> Please find the donwload link for the latest version here


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6 Comments »

Comment by marc
2007-06-07 08:47:53

the download link does not work anymore, would be nice to be fixed.

 
Comment by Dphotojournal com
2007-06-07 12:46:28

Marc…thanks for the note. The link has been fixed, it looks like now you have to enter your name and e-mail before you can download the software.

Comment by Ivan
2008-11-11 02:15:56

This software have “limited” free version. Full version costs >40$

 
 
Comment by Charles Subscribed to comments via email
2008-10-28 23:28:31

Is this free software mac compatible and also does it allow you to layer photographs. For example if I had a long, regular, and short exposure photo of the same thing could I layer them and create and hdr that way with this software? Sorry if this is a stupid question I’ve never looked into hdr software before.

 
Comment by Dai
2009-04-09 23:04:25

Hi all,
the link is does not work ! If you already downloaded, please send to me via email ! Thank you so much !
Regards,
Quoc Dai

 
Comment by frank
2009-12-10 11:08:33

The link is broken. I did eventually find it doing a search but i thought i would share. Also they are at version 2.8 which is about a million times better than what i see here.

http://www.supportingcomputers.com

 

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