This article consists of 2 parts. This is part 1 of 2.
In this 2 part article, I’m going to show you how you can enhance a single image in Aurora HDR 2019. I’m using RAW photographs from my Inspire 2 X5S camera shot in DNG RAW. One of the challenges with the DJI DNG RAW is that it can take a lot more work to create a good looking photograph from it. I was very interested to see how Aurora 2019 handled this challenge. Let’s take a look.
Full disclosure: I received a copy of Aurora HDR 2019 for review purposes. As always, I am giving you my honest evaluation and experience of the software.
Watch the video
Before and after
Aurora HDR 2019 is doing an amazing job with DJI DNG RAW files. See part 2 for final conclusions.
You’ll find Aurora HDR 2019 trial here.
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