Export from Lightroom to Aurora HDR + FREE LR Preset

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I’m taking a jump into something new – video tutorials!

I know there are a gazillion photography tutorials out there on the internet, but I’m hoping to cover a few things that perhaps haven’t been done (or done well). For instance, for my first video, I’m covering my workflow on exporting from Lightroom to Aurora HDR Pro.

Lightroom to Aurora HDR

Sounds simple, right? Yes and no. Aurora HDR Pro has several ways to get photos into their software and it has taken me a bit of trial and error to find the right settings for the best results. I did a lot of research for myself on this topic, and not much exists, except basic tutorials from Macphun/Aurora which explain the various ways, but don’t delve into why each way is different or why a photographer might choose one over another. I had to figure that out for myself.

So, to save you that same hassle, I’ve put together this short video (just under six minutes) to walk you through my process. I’m also sharing my Lightroom Preset for prepping photos for Aurora HDR Pro for FREE! Simply enter your name & email address below and the download link will appear.

I hope you find this information helpful! Since this is my first video tutorial, I’d value your feedback. Let me know what you liked, and any ideas for improvement. If you have any requests for topics you’d like me to cover, please let me know!

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