It’s hard to fault Aurora HDR 2019. It works as a standalone HDR application or as a plug-in. It can merge exposure brackets and it can tone map individual RAW files. It can product dense, wild and dramatic HDR effects or natural-looking images, with almost no sign of the ‘glow’ effects and other artefacts that normally make HDR so difficult to get right. It also goes way further than other HDR tools with comprehensive tone and colour controls, local adjustments and even image layers and masks.
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Skylum software has released version 1.2 of Aurora HDR with speed improvements for the Mac version, together with support for the innovative Loupedeck control console, while the Windows version gets batch processing Flip and Rotate tools and more as Skylum … Continue reading Aurora HDR 2018 update brings speed boost and more camera support
The Aurora HDR 1.2 update announced today brings a number of new features to the Windows version and speed improvements on both Mac and PC. The new version offers RAW support for a number of new cameras and is reportedly … Continue reading How to create a single image HDR in Aurora HDR 2018 1.2
MacPhun has announced that the next version of its HDR software Aurora HDR will arrive on September 28th 2017. Not only is it packed with new and improved versions, it will also come in a Windows version for the first … Continue reading MacPhun Aurora 2018 is coming, and for both Mac and Windows
I was recently lucky enough to travel to Norway with Nikon to try out the new D7500 DSLR, and saw this amazing view of the town of Ålesund from the hill of Aksla alongside the town. The sun was low, … Continue reading Aurora HDR 2017 getting started guide
HDR photography can produce spectacular images. It can also produce a supersaturated, overcooked look that we’ve probably all seen too much of. Getting that balance right is an art in itself. For now, though, here some HDR tips for shooting and then editing … Continue reading Top 12 HDR tips
MacPhun’s Aurora HDR software has been updated to version 1.2. Aurora HDR now comes in German, Spanish, and Japanese language versions and there’s updated RAW support for Panasonic, Olympus, Fuji, SONY, Nikon and Leica. New version update: Read the Aurora HDR 2019 … Continue reading Aurora HDR 1.2.1 update and payment by instalments