When you take pictures with your digital camera and use automatic exposure mode, some of the details from the scene might not be captured (for example, due to lighting differences). ImageFuser is a program that helps you fuse multiple exposures of the same scene into a picture with properly balanced exposure and higher quality detail.
The first thing you need to do is to select the input files (bracketed set of pictures). This app provides you with detailed info regarding any of the loaded photos, such as size, camera model name, resolution, and many others. You can copy these details to Clipboard in case you need to paste them within third-party apps.
Then, you can start configuring the fusing settings according to your needs. The app lets you adjust the levels of exposure, saturation, and contrast, set up the image alignment options, and configure the Expert output settings if you have more experience in manipulating digital pictures. You can preview the resulted picture as soon as you make an alteration to the original bracketed set of images.
Another good thing is that you have direct access to a webpage where you can find a very comprehensive help guide. This online manual will help you learn how to properly configure the output settings.
All in all, ImageFuser proves to be a reliable solution when it comes to fusing multi-exposure photos on your Mac. The app provides you with high-quality results within moments and comes without a price tag.