Imerge Pro review

Does this new software suite from FXhome successfully combine the freedom of RAW processing with interactive image compositing?

Digital Camera World Verdict

Imerge is a comprehensive RAW editing application, which expertly combines the benefits of a RAW workflow with intuitive and interactive image compositing. This is an impressive feat for which FXhome should be praised.


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    Non-destructive editing

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    Rapid processing

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    Credible results

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    Comprehensive adjustments


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    Complex range of tools for beginners

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Imerge Pro enters the photo-editing market in the area of image compositing, which has been a popular technique since the dawn of photography. 

In the earliest days of the medium, the use of darkroom techniques to blend components from multiple frames was a necessity, if a full range of tones were to be captured in a single image, due to the limited dynamic range of early film and ultra-long exposures required. 

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