You've probably noticed that HDR photos are all around the web, as photographers like to experiment with their artistic abilities. HDR images can have a much higher range of lighting than regular images. They open up the shadows and recover highlight details. HDR photos (or pseudo HDR photos – to be more exact) require 3-9 images with varying exposures to create one image with the perfect range of tonality throughout the photo. These images may appear surrealistic, because the human eye is not used to viewing photos with higher tonal ranges. When there is a necessity to convert or resize their HDR images users start looking for proper software. ImageConverter Plus has developed extended support of HDR images saved in EXR format. This will provide photographers with a superior degree of technical and artistic options.