Posts Tagged ‘hdr’

Aurora HDR 2019 Review

Aurora HDR 2019 for Mac and Windows

I’ve been having a blast with Aurora HDR 2019! The new AI-powered Quantum HDR Engine does a fantastic job enhancing color and detail without the over-the-top grit that HDR is notorious for. In this article we’ll dive in to Aurora 2019’s new features, what what I love about it, and a few things that I hope will be added or improved in the future.

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One Night in San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Bridge at night

It had been years since I’d spent any quality time in San Francisco, but on my last trip to California my mom and I decided to take one night of our adventures to stay in the city.

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Sky’s the Limit | Chicago

On my way to and from California during recent travels I had a couple of short layovers in Chicago’s O’Hare (ORD) airport. My favorite part of this airport is an underground tunnel, decorated by artist Michael Hayden. The art installation is called Sky’s the Limit and was completed in 1987. Those traversing the tunnel are treated…

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Photomatix Pro 6 Review

Final Image Photomatix Pro 6 Review

I don’t remember exactly when I purchased my first copy of Photomatix Pro, but I think it was sometime in late 2008 or early 2009. That means I’ve been using this software for nearly a decade! Save 15% on Photomatix Pro 6 Enter promo code ANGANDRIEUX at checkout! For a long time Photomatix Pro was…

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Photomatix Pro vs Aurora HDR

Default Settings from Aurora HDR 2018

There are many HDR software options on the market, but Photomatix Pro 6 and Aurora HDR 2018 are two of the most popular. I own (and use) both; and while they ultimately have similar jobs they each have their areas of strength. I’ll dive in to a few of the differences below and show how…

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Aurora HDR 2018 Review

Aurora HDR 2018 Logo

Disclosure: I received Aurora HDR 2018 for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. This post also contains affiliate links which means that I may receive a commission if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase. I only share products that I believe will be valuable to my readers. All…

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How to Photograph for HDR in 5 Simple Steps

After the Storm | Sedona | Arizona | How to Photograph for HDR

Creating HDR (high dynamic range) photography is a 2-part process: part one takes place behind the camera – part two, behind the computer.  Often I talk about how I process my HDR images, but today I’m going to share how to photograph for HDR in five simple steps. Step 1 – Clean Your Gear HDR brings…

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