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The 1.2.0 update will be available on Wednesday, June 20 as a free update for all current users of Aurora HDR 2018. This update focuses on making the workflow faster and more efficient from beginning to end. Here are the most essential changes: Speed boost for editing and adjusting. We’ve dramatically increased performance across all areas […]

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Aurora HDR 2018 is now available for both Mac AND Windows! That’s right, the world’s leading HDR photography software has been entirely redesigned with exciting new features, improved user interface, speed improvements, Windows support and more. I’ve been using it a ton and I think you’ll be blown away! Current users of Aurora HDR should […]

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Here’s a tutorial on how to do non-automated HDR for real estate photography using Photoshop CS5. The first thing you’ll need is a sturdy tripod with a level. The closer you are to a leveled image, the less correction you’ll have to do later. Let’s start with what’s done in camera. This method uses 2 […]

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HDR is a fantastic iPhone camera feature for improving the exposure of your photos. It allows you to easily create more balanced exposures in high contrast scenes such as landscapes. With HDR you can capture more color and detail in both the dark foreground and the brighter sky. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to get the most out of […]

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In this tutorial you will learn the simple secrets of crafting a shoot sequence for HDR and creating professional quality HDR images in both Photomatix and Photoshop (depending on your weapon of choice). Not only will you learn an efficient workflow, but you’ll also learn the theory behind Dynamic Range. This lesson is taught by […]

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Ever tried to photograph a high-contrast scene, only to be frustrated when you find that the pictures you snapped just don’t do it justice? Don’t worry, it’s not just you. Even with the perfect exposure, there are certain scenes that will always tend to get blown-out highlights, flat shadows, or both. Despite the fact that […]

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