32-bit/HDR improvements in Photoshop CS3

July 7, 2007

Photoshop CS2 introduced the application’s first support for 32-bit high dynamic range (HDR) imaging. The support was pretty limited, consisting of the Merge to HDR command (for combining bracketed shots into a single image) and some basic imaging functions (cropping, cloning, conversing from 32 to 8 or 16 bits per channel).

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