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Since I haven’t been out to shoot much lately, I thought I’d take a look back at my captures thus far in 2016.
I stumbled across a photograph from the Great Bridge Battlefield Park – a 3-exposure handheld HDR that I’d originally processed in Aurora HDR (the original version) along with some help from Lightroom and Photoshop. I really liked it at the time, but admittedly it came out a bit too HDR-ish. Take a look at my original processing here. It is the last photo in the post.
Aurora HDR 2017 and Luminar Workflow
My process was quite simple. First I exported the RAW files from Lightroom to Aurora HDR 2017 (learn why I export the RAW files and not TIFFs here). In Aurora I enabled alignment, chromatic aberration removal, and color denoise. I also enabled low ghost reduction using the ‘0’ EV image.
Next, I clicked on the reset settings button (just to be sure), lowered the “HDR Look” slider, then applied the changes and returned to Lightroom.
That’s it! I think this version is a huge improvement. What do you think?
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