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Bracketing exposure with the Sony a7R Mark III camera
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Embrace the lights: Creating a balanced long exposure
How to use Aurora HDR with Luminar
Pairing Aurora HDR and Luminar Flex
Aurora HDR 2019 dynamic range for resort & real estate photography
Second look: Aurora HDR 2019 for landscapes
Full Eclipse in HDR – Expert Advice
HDR 101: Shooting Brackets
Beat the Bracket Racket – Shooting HDR Base Images the Right Way
Creating a Waterfall Image

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How to use Aurora HDR with Luminar

Follow along in the step-by-step tutorial or watch the video. You can download the example files, provided for this tutorial, here. In this tutorial, let’s look at how to use Aurora HDR 2019 and Luminar 3 together. We will start

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Aurora HDR with Luminar Flex were used to process this image of the Owl's Clover

Pairing Aurora HDR and Luminar Flex

We have all heard that the best time of day to photo is sunrise and sunset. This is quite true as the sunlight passing through the atmosphere softens the light giving our environment more dimension and a warm glow. But

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Fall color in West Fork of Oak Creek in Northern Arizona near Sedona

Second look: Aurora HDR 2019 for landscapes

In my last post, I shared my early reactions to the software processing program from Skylum, Aurora HDR 2019.  In a word: WOW! In recent years, I’ve been shooting many bracketed landscape images to combine into HDR (high dynamic range)

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HDReclipse

Full Eclipse in HDR – Expert Advice

It’s last minute getting ready for the eclipse, have you listened to any experts for advice?  Well, I found myself in the middle of a great conversation, and I want to pass it on so as many photographers as possible

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Levi Sim HDR Brackets Cover-1

HDR 101: Shooting Brackets

Human eyes are incredible for viewing the world and seeing into shadows and highlights all at the same time. The basis of HDR photography is making several exposures at varying brightnesses and combining them in a powerful software app like

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Waterfall_HDR

Creating a Waterfall Image

On a recent trip to Costa Rica, I set out to capture a great waterfall image. The problem is that no one exposure would do the job. I could capture the sky, and the trees were muddy. If I captured

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Which Type of HDR is Right for You?

When working with HDR software tools, there are many options. Its easy to get overwhelmed with sliders and presets. Theres a critical choice that needs to be made first. How do you want to merge the multiple exposures together? There

Read More
Aurora HDR with Luminar Flex were used to process this image of the Owl's Clover

Pairing Aurora HDR and Luminar Flex

We have all heard that the best time of day to photo is sunrise and sunset. This is quite true as the sunlight passing through the atmosphere softens the light giving our environment more dimension and a warm glow. But

Read More
Fall color in West Fork of Oak Creek in Northern Arizona near Sedona

Second look: Aurora HDR 2019 for landscapes

In my last post, I shared my early reactions to the software processing program from Skylum, Aurora HDR 2019.  In a word: WOW! In recent years, I’ve been shooting many bracketed landscape images to combine into HDR (high dynamic range)

Read More
HDReclipse

Full Eclipse in HDR – Expert Advice

It’s last minute getting ready for the eclipse, have you listened to any experts for advice?  Well, I found myself in the middle of a great conversation, and I want to pass it on so as many photographers as possible

Read More
Levi Sim HDR Brackets Cover-1

HDR 101: Shooting Brackets

Human eyes are incredible for viewing the world and seeing into shadows and highlights all at the same time. The basis of HDR photography is making several exposures at varying brightnesses and combining them in a powerful software app like

Read More
Waterfall_HDR

Creating a Waterfall Image

On a recent trip to Costa Rica, I set out to capture a great waterfall image. The problem is that no one exposure would do the job. I could capture the sky, and the trees were muddy. If I captured

Read More
maps

Which Type of HDR is Right for You?

When working with HDR software tools, there are many options. Its easy to get overwhelmed with sliders and presets. Theres a critical choice that needs to be made first. How do you want to merge the multiple exposures together? There

Read More

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