A Star is Born

Those of you who know about my photography through the years likely know I have a very soft spot for Urban Exploration photography.  And you might also know that this type of photography almost always strains the capabilities of most cameras to capture the broad dynamic range of light one encounters there.  That’s where HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography and post-processing is of tremendous help.  Through the years, I had tried one software product after another to blend the images I captured to create my finished photographs.  Well, I think the hunt for the best software has come to an end, and I’ll be talking more about that product, Macphun’s Aurora HDR 2018, in the coming days and weeks.  Truth be told, I’ve been using most of Macphun’s products for years, including each variant of Aurora HDR, but there was always something missing for me with Aurora, until now.  So, stay tuned friends, as we explore Macphun’s latest and greatest, Aurora HDR 2018, starting on 12 September!  I’ll also give you a coupon code that’ll save you another $10 if you decide to purchase Aurora HDR.

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September 10, 2017 - 14:12

Luis one of the best uses of perspective that one could come across in such dilapidated places. Looking forward for your new series on post processing and learning about your new software and techniques!

September 11, 2017 - 16:13

Jacques Thanks my good friend, Luis! I’m really enjoying the new workflow and set of tools, I must admit. I’m trying to re-learn the process of creating screencast tutorials and such, after so many years not doing it, but am hopeful I’ll have a video of some sort to post by 12 September!

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