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Sometimes, no matter how expensive your camera is and how amazing the lens on it is, you just can’t take a good shot

This Software Will Make you want to take HDR Photos

Sometimes, no matter how expensive your camera is and how amazing the lens on it is, you just can’t take a good shot

This Software Will Make you want to take HDR Photos
Sometimes, no matter how expensive your camera is and how amazing the lens on it is, you just can’t take a good shot. This happens mostly in situations where the scene you are trying to capture has a variety of dark and light areas, so your camera get confused and doesn’t expose the images properly; the photos are either too dark or too bright.

At times like these, HDR photography can come to your rescue. Merging multiple images with different exposures into one HDR photo can give you the kind of look you want. A big part of editing HDR photos is the use of a dedicated HDR processor. You can make HDR images in something like Adobe Photoshop too, but if you need granular control over your photos, then we have something exciting for you.

Say Hello to Aurora HDR 2018

Aurora HDR has been a big name in the world of HDR photo editing for the past two years or so. It brought with the extreme ease of use, a plethora of features and controls, and an affordable price tag that made it hard to resist. The software was originally launched in later 2015, but the 1.7 million downloads it has enjoyed in the time it’s been available is a testimony to its power. And when you consider that it has so far been available only for Mac OS, that number becomes even more impressive.

Coming in mid-September, the new version of Aurora HDR is its biggest update yet. Not only does it finally allow Windows users to make use of its greatness but it also enhances itself in more ways than one.

Clean Interface, Lens Corrections, and Speed

The new version of the software promises to bring a completely overhauled user interface that is great for both casual photographers and professionals. It will be a modern, clean UI where every control you want will be easily accessible to you. Not only that, but the team has also added lens correction profiles in the software to battle imperfections like chromatic aberration and vignetting.

Aurora HDR 2018 will also come with improved performance across the board. It is touted to be 4x faster in its HDR processing than the existing version. You will be able to handle twice the amount of brackets with the new version too, and also have access to new masks and brushes. 

All of these features combine to make Aurora HDR 2018 a definite step up from its previous version and also give it an edge over other similar programs. So if you have been relying on other ways to create HDR images and have wished to have more intuitive control over your files, then you can buy this new version of Aurora HDR for only $90 and get started with creating breathtaking photos whether your PC runs on Windows or Mac OS. 

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