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10 Reasons to Love Aurora HDR 2018

When it comes to creating HDR images, there are several options available. You can use the built-in HDR merge in Lightroom or Photoshop, but there are also several apps, plugins, and standalone programs that have been created specifically for working with HDR images. The best one that I have come across is Aurora HDR. Until now Aurora HDR has been available only for Mac users. Next month Aurora HDR 2018 will be released, and it will be available for both Mac and PC!

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Step-by-Step: HDR Merge in Lightroom

There are a number of different ways to merge of blend multiple exposures to create an HDR image. You could use software like Photomatix that has been created exclusively for HDR, you can use Photoshop’s HDR merge, you can do it manually by using layers and masks in Photoshop, and since the release of Lightroom 6/CC you can also do it right in Lightroom with no plugins or additional software needed.

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Get Awesome HDR Effects in Lightroom with the HDR Hero Presets

Many photos, especially RAW files, come out of the camera a little flat and lacking the “wow” factor that you’re after. Fortunately, Lightroom makes it possible to improve photos and really make them look they way you intended. You can do this manually, or if you want to save loads of time you can use presets. Our HDR Hero Lightroom Presets will increase the dynamic range, can be used to recover photos that are too dark or have deep shadows, and can boost color and detail.

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