Aurora HDR 2019 is a great tool to merge your HDR photos. As a professional photographer I love to try all HDR software, like Photomatix, Lightroom and HDR Pro of Photoshop CC. So far I like Aurora HDR 2019 the best. It is an easy to use HDR software and sometimes you have a good result after merging the photos right away. If not, it won’t take you too long to get a nice HDR photo. If you need help you can always try some HDR presets (HDR looks) of Aurora HDR 2019. There is always a preset that you like and that will give you a good starting point to edit your HDR photo a bit more.
Aurora HDR 2019 tutorial with a landscape photo
In this Aurora HDR 2019 tutorial I edit photos I took in Iceland. Iceland is a magical country and a must see for every (landscape) photographer. In this tutorial I will show you from A to Z how to merge HDR photos. This tutorial includes explanation about ghost reducation, chromatic aberration, balancing the exposure and how to make your photo look more sharper. Enjoy watching this video and please leave comment with your thoughts about Aurora HDR 2019. Is it also your favorite HDR software or do you prefer to use something else?
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Your video tutorial is nice, thanks for sharing.
Great to hear. Thanks for your comment