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Shareware (Free to try)
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Platform:
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FindMySoft Editor's Review
Fusion – HDR Software
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By using the functionality Fusion has to offer, you can boost the contrast and enhance the details of an image. Take images of the same scene, but shot at different exposures, load them into the application, then process them with Fusion, then save your newly created images. You can end up with something quite beautiful, as the gallery on the application’s official website showcases.

The executable you need to run to install Fusion is in a 2MB archive which won’t take long to download. A straightforward setup wizard that will not pose a problem to anyone will show up when you run the aforementioned executable. A few clicks later you will have Fusion up and running on your machine.

Fusion’s interface features a traditional File Menu right where you would expect it to be, in the upper left hand corner. Underneath it there are buttons for creating a new fusion, adding images, zooming the images, starting the sum and HDR operator, and saving the processed image. The images you select for processing are displayed in a pane to the left. A preview of the processed image is displayed in a large pane to the right. You really shouldn’t have any problems figuring out the interface.

And you shouldn’t have any problems using the functionality it has to offer either. Start out by taking images of the same scene shot at different exposure levels. Once you’ve loaded them into the application, hit the SUM button from the upper left hand side (it may be necessary to align the images first; you can do that by simply hitting the Align Images button in the upper left hand side). Once you hit SUM, the application will take your images and blend them together. Options to further play with the image are displayed in the pane to the left. Feel free to play around.

As I already mentioned, you shouldn’t have any problems handling Fusion’s functionality. In case you do, or in case you want to learn more, check out the detailed User Manual from the Help Menu or by pressing F1.

With Fusion’s help, you can come up with some spectacular looking images. Check out the gallery or download the application to see for yourself.

Pros
Works with just about any Windows edition you can think of. Comes with a detailed User Manual. The interface is user friendly, so you shouldn’t have problems with that. Takes images of the same scene shot at different exposure levels and processes them. Batch processing is supported.

Cons
None that I could think of.


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Fusion Editor's Review Rating
Fusion has been reviewed by George Norman on 19 Jun 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Fusion 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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