Natural inspiration on the edge of the universe
Watching Aurora Borealis is like standing on the edge of the infinite universe and being a part of it. Dancing green, purple and pink colors in the dark sky grab your attention and show a divine magic. This stunning natural phenomena, by the way, inspired us to give our HDR software the name of Aurora HDR.
Where to find & capture the Aurora Borealis?
While you can see the Aurora from many northern locations around the world, one of the best is in Norway. More specifically on the Lofoten Islands. From 6 pm to 1 am, during November to March. The dry and windy weather with mild temperatures make the Lofoten islands a perfect place to catch the Aurora Borealis and make amazing and mind-blowing photos.
Daniel Kordan - a heavy traveler, educator and a pro photographer, knows every inch of the Lofoten Islands. He visits them several times a year with his photography workshops where he also creates and tests routes to other most beautiful corners of the world. What a life...
Aurora Borealis made with Aurora HDR
A week or so ago, Daniel sent us a set of his photos, processed with Aurora HDR Pro and we knew we wanted to share them with you. Whether you are a fan of HDR photography or not, we’re sure you’ll love these photos and learn something new from them. Take a closer look.
Check out Daniel's personal page for more fantastic photos and his workshops schedule. And, of course, stay tuned to see more of Daniel's images on our blog.
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