Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Posted by Jason Dunn in "Digital Home Software" @ 03:00 PM
"Oloneo today launched the first public beta version of Oloneo PhotoEngine for Windows, the only high dynamic software offering photographers full control over light and exposure in real-time, as if they were still behind the lens. Turn on and off light sources, deeply re-expose pictures in full 32-bit per channel without compromising details and color appearance. Oloneo invites photographers to take an active part in the final development stage of Oloneo PhotoEngine for Windows by downloading the beta version at http://www.oloneo.com."
I've seen a lot of different software for editing images, and many of them are just, well, awful. This one might be different though - I'm extremely impressed by what I'm seeing in the video above. Light source detection, and being able to change the white balance of each light source, one at a time? That's some freakishly impressive coding right there - I've never heard of anything like this before. I've downloaded the free beta and will check it out - and there are two more videos after the break.