© Abba Shapiro
If you have taken bracketed images (several shots of the same subject with different exposure settings), you can merge these shots in Aurora HDR to get significantly more dynamic range in your image. Abba Shapiro will step you through the different options available when you first open your RAW images in Aurora HDR 2018.
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Note: Download the files here
Files may be used for personal practice only... please don't post your results. Images are copyrighted by Abba Shapiro
What You'll Learn:
• Understand how to open a series of bracketed photos.
• Understand the benefit of shooting bracketed
• Know when to use the Alignment option
• Know when and how to use Ghost Reduction, Color Denoise, and Chromatic Aberration Removal.
Example Images With Different Import Settings
Example of Alignment and Ghosting turned Off
Alignment On - Ghosting Off
Alignment Off - Ghosting Correction On
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