Expanded Dynamic Range Photography – Using Aurora to Improve Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom
If you are searching for a solution to get the most out of your bracketed and single raw photos, using Aurora's Quantum HDR engine is the answer! Watch as VP of Product Management at Skylum Software, Richard Harrington as he unlocks the secret of creating amazing results using Aurora as a Plugin with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
Replacing a Sky
Discover how to take advantage of layers and the Transform tool to apply a new sky to an otherwise boring photo, giving it new life and an interesting take on the scene.
Drawing Attention with Brushes & more
Watch how photographer & educator Jim Nix uses tools such as Dodge & Burn, Vignette and brushes to focus attention on a specific part of the photo.
Explore the inner workings of 3 types of masking techniques found in Aurora HDR: brush, radial and gradient.
HDR and Portraits
Discover how Aurora HDR can be used on portrait images, bringing up details and contrast in specific parts while using layers and masks to maintain a smooth look on the model's skin.
Turn on the Lights
Learn several tips for lightening up shadows on a gorgeous sunset image shot in Italy.
Creativity with Textures
Get creative with textures, using selective brushing to apply interest in specific parts of a "Route 66" image.
Subjects in Sunlight
Make the most of your mid-day HDR photos with a variety of editing techniques.
Taming Backlit Subjects
Watch photographer Jim Nix edit a pastoral scene which is backlit by late afternoon golden light. You'll see many tools at work including Image Radiance, Glow, Top & Bottom Tuning and HSL that help realize his final version.
Learning how to Batch Process Your Images
Discover the power and speed of batch processing in Aurora HDR.
Film Noir Black & White HDR
Get inspired when you view this evening street scene and learn how to turn it into a high contrast film noir look using multiple filters, including HDR Structure, Image Radiance, Glow, Top & Bottom Tuning and Dodge & Burn.
Making Sense of Blend Modes
Explore the many Blend Modes available in Aurora HDR 2018. You'll learn how to apply them to a photo and discover some of the differences between them.