Vibrance HDR allows you to create high dynamic range (HDR) images, either from a single photo or from photos with multiple automatic exposure bracketing (AEB). High dynamic range imaging is a technique used in photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of brightness. This works best in conjunction with a camera app that supports taking photos with multiple different exposures. However, Vibrance HDR also supports the creation of an "HDR-like" effect from a single photo. Note that creating HDR images from multiple inputs requires a lot of memory, and while Android devices may have GB of RAM, on some devices only a fraction of that may be available to a single application.
- Create an HDR effect from a single photo or multiple input photos with different exposures.
- The editor allows you to modify the strength of the contrast enhancement, brightness, contrast, saturation, and white balance temperature.
- Quick view of the original image to compare.
- Scroll and pinch to zoom.
- HDR tone mapping options include Reinhard, Exponential, Filmic, ACES.
- Automatic alignment and ghost removal to process multiple input photos.
- Histogram on screen.
Required Android Versions : Lollipop [5.0–5.0.2] - Marshmallow [6.0 - 6.0.1] - Nougat [7.0 – 7.1.1] - Oreo [8.0-8.1]