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New film studies prof helps students appreciate film as art ...
CIA Exhibition: Nov 07, 2014
Fall 2014 Exhibitions
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Students capture two of the top prizes in museum's surreal d...
Events: Dec 05, 2014
Student Holiday Craft Sale
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New CIA building taking shape; set for December completion
Blog . HDR Fusion
HDR Fusion, designed by Cogitap Software, is the first app of its kind to take “High Dynamic Range” photos! Fusion was designed to solve the problem of the iOS 4.1 iPhone camera update. The update lowered the quality of the images produced and its ability to take HDR photos was flawed. High Dynamic Range photos are composed of one overexposed photo and one underexposed photo in order to create a nice blend of the two providing you with a full range of values and details within your picture. The iOS 4.1 update did not mesh these two photos properly. But in 2012 HDR Fusion was released! This app was originally designed to be an add-on to the camera that was already installed into the iPhone. But after a few months, Cogitap Software decided to make it a fully functioning application. HDR Fusion provided extreme speed for new users! This app is able to take both photos needed for the HDR function at the same speed that the original camera app was able to take one of them. HDR Fusion can also fuse them together faster and with better accuracy. After the start of the new year, HDR Fusion was updated to work with the iPad, iPad Mini, iMac, and all of the newest iPhones and iPods. To get started working with one of the most reliable camera apps available for $.99, visit the iTunes store!