Just a short post for the morning:
Unified Color, the company behind HDR Expose, just announced a new plug-in for Photoshop called ’32 Float’
I’m pretty excited about this, because it means that we can now take almost any file into Photoshop in full 32-bit mode, but now with more options for manipulating color and tonal adjustments to that file. It’s not just for .HDR or .EXR files, either. It can ingest 8-bit or 16-bit files as well, and is supported by Photoshop CS3, CS4, and CS5.
For more information, please visit the announcement page at Unified Color. As soon as it’s released, I’m sure you’ll hear more about 32 Float here.
Also, if at any time you’d like to purchase a product from Unified Color, I can offer a 20% discount off your purchase. Please see my “Discounts” page in the menu above if you’d like to take advantage of the offer.