Photomatix Pro gives you all the tools you need to merge multiple exposures to HDR and adjust the image in the style you want, from realistic to creative.
Windows 7 through Windows 11 - 32-bit / 64-bit
macOS 10.11 through macOS 14 Sonoma - Apple silicon (M1/M2) chip & Intel processor
If the automatic installation doesn't work, or if you are running on macOS 10.6 or 10.7, download the Photomatix Pro 6 for Mac app directly (i.e. without an installer - you will just need to drag the Photomatix Pro 6 app to your Applications folder).
The Photomatix Pro download includes a plugin for Lightroom. The plugin will be installed if Adobe Lightroom is installed on your computer. For more information and a video tutorial, see the Export to Photomatix Plugin for Lightroom page.
The Photomatix Pro download includes a plugin for Capture One as well. The plugin will be installed if Capture One is installed on your computer. For more information and a video tutorial, see the Merge to HDR Plugin for Capture One page.
HDR starts with taking multiple exposures. Learn how to set Exposure Bracketing (AEB) on various camera models.
If you want to test Photomatix Pro before you've taken any bracketed photos, you can download some on the bracketed photo samples page.
For more tutorials and tips, check our Learning Center.
You can access the User Manual from the Photomatix Pro Help menu, or online here: