How to do natural HDR in AURORA HDR 2019 new major update
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I will show you some of the new engines of Aurora, as per their developer:
At the core of this update is Skylum’s revolutionary Quantum HDR EngineTM, an AI- powered tone mapping technology that has been three years in the making within Skylum AI lab. Now, when creating an HDR image using multiple bracketed shots, Quantum HDR Engine meticulously analyzes the photos and intelligently merges them. Not only does it minimize the major issues that other HDR merging tools have, but it also generates stunning results, producing images that are dynamic yet natural-looking.
Specifically, whether you’re working with bracketed shots or a single image, the Quantum HDR Engine reduces burned colors, loss of contrast, and noise, as well as mitigates unnatural lighting caused by halos and unstable deghosting. To do this, Skylum developers tested thousands of bracketed shots through a neural network and took those findings to develop the technology needed to create incredible HDR photographs. The result is an editing software with a solid performance for even the highest end architecture and real estate photography projects.
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Video tutorial “Getting the Most from Aurora HDR 2019” by Trey Ratcliff
The Landscape Photography Handbook by David Johnston
Exclusive interior Aurora Looks by Richard Harrington
Burning Mood LUTs by Richard Harrington
3-month 500px Pro membership
$300 OFF a multi-day Iceland Photo Tour
Voila – the latest digital imaging tutorial!