Aurora HDR vs Lightroom & Photoshop

Aurora HDR vs Lightroom & Photoshop
Looking for a way to process HDR photos that's better than Lightroom or Photoshop? Check out this Aurora HDR review and quickstart tutorial by Denny's Tips. HDR photography lets you create images with a far greater dynamic range than what you'd get with your camera. It involves taking the same photo multiple times with lighter and darker variations. Then, you can merge them in Lightroom, Photoshop or specialized software like Aurora HDR. What makes Aurora HDR better than Adobe's HDR Merge is that it's easier to use while still giving you powerful editing capabilities.

10 comments on “Aurora HDR vs Lightroom & Photoshop”

  1. What's going on? I tried four browsers and couldn't render the video!
    Besides, what is a Photoshop tutorial site doing touting a competitive product?

  2. Bullshit, I can make the same photo opposite way! The aurora and luminar software is just a hunk of crap!

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