Aurora HDR 2019 has a new AI-powered Quantum HDR Engine with new tone mapping technology to create the most realistic, immersive high dynamic range photographs possible.
Now, when creating an HDR image using multiple bracketed shots, the Quantum HDR Engine meticulously analyzes the photos and intelligently merges them.
Not only does it minimize the major issues that other HDR merging tools have, it also generates stunning results, producing images that are dynamic yet natural-looking. Specifically, whether you’re working with bracketed shots or a single image, the Quantum HDR Engine reduces burned colors, loss of contrast and noise, as well as mitigates unnatural lighting caused by halos and unstable deghosting.
Here is the full list of new & improved features in Aurora HDR 2019:
User Interface / Performance
NEW: Tone-mapping technology for bracketed images with the Quantum HDR Engine
NEW: Tone-mapping technology for single images with the Quantum HDR Engine
NEW: HDR Smart Structure for realistic and artifact-free structure
NEW: All new looks to enhance and stylize images
NEW: LUT Mapping filter for creative color and tone adjustments
NEW: Eleven integrated LUTs to use with the LUT Mapping filter
IMPROVED: HDR Details Boost filter that allows for high-resolution tuning while using
IMPROVED: Adjustable Gradient filter with new controls for Shadows and Highlights
Open / Plugin / Export
NEW: Photoshop plugins support
NEW: Photolemur plugin support
NEW: Plugins menu for both Mac and Windows users