Real estate photos are often the first thing a prospective buyer looks at when reviewing a listing. No matter how extravagant or humble the structure, the images marketing the sale of a property should show the space at its best.
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.
Aurora HDR 2019 – with its new AI-powered Quantum HDR Engine – makes it easier than ever to create natural, realistic high dynamic range photographs.
The Point Arena Lighthouse sits on a magnificent stretch of northern California’s coast. The bluffs offer a spellbinding view of the clear, turquoise water and rock formations below.
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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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More