A little bit of this…

… and a little bit of that.  That’s basically how I approach my post-processessing work (the editing of the images) when it comes to my photography.  For example, I talked about the new Aurora HDR 2018 software the last couple of days, but for me to be truly finished with one of my photographs, in this case, I typically employ more than just one pieces of software.  Today’s shot is a great example: I used the beta version of the new Aurora HDR 2o18 the merge the five separate images (which capture the various levels of light I encountered at the location) into one base file, made a few slider adjustments to spice it up just a tiny bit, and then exported the file into Luminar (another Macphun product).  In Luminar, I used a few filters, selectively brushing the effect into the parts of the photograph where I wanted them.  And that was it. By the way, I’ll discuss both Aurora HDR 2018 and Luminar in greater detail here on the blog, as well as in upcoming video tutorials on my YouTube Channel.

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September 13, 2017 - 13:53

Luis you’re in full swing Jacques! looking forward for your tutorials. the image really looks very sharp. do you still use a tripod when taking the brackets?

September 14, 2017 - 08:12

Jacques Thanks Luís! Still trying to figure out whether the app Screencast is the best option for screen sharing video tutorials. It’s what I used years ago to do them, so I’ve downloaded the trial version to see how it all works. I do still use a tripod, but only if I’m shooting brackets in very lowlight environments (e.g. Nights, sunrise, sunset, URBEX, indoors).

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