Edit to your heart’s content.
Aurora isn’t just a ‘combine images and go’ type of application. On top of that lies a full-powered image processing powerhouse, bringing you many of the adjustments you may be used to, helping you achieve that perfect effect!
The results are breathtaking.
HDR photography takes a lot of skill and a lot of patience, and if there’s one person who has perfected the craft, it’s Trey Ratcliff. Here are a few of the beautiful images that he’s processed using Aurora HDR.
New. Improved. Magical.
Aurora HDR 2017 may feel very familiar, but much has changed. Here’s a glance at just a few of the new and improved features that you’ll get your hands on.
- NEW: Polarize Filter
- NEW: Powerful Zone System for Luminosity masks
- NEW: Defringing Tool to remove chromatic aberration
- NEW: Batch Processing
- NEW: Radial Masking
- IMPROVED: Tone-mapping technology with reduced HDR noise, improved realism of initial result and faster performance
- IMPROVED: User Interface with a cleaner more modern style