14 Sep Macphun Aurora HDR 2017 Review

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A few weeks ago I shared my in-depth review of Aurora HDR Pro, a powerful software designed by Macphun and Trey Ractliff for users who love HDR photography. Despite a few weaknesses, Aurora proved a solid performer for advanced HDR editing thanks to the use of layers, masks and unique settings designed for this technique.

Today the company released the new version of the app called Aurora HDR 2017 and we had a chance to test it in the past two weeks. It doesn’t revolutionise the previous version but it does introduce interesting new features while improving and fixing others.

Note: in this article I will only concentrate on the new features and improvements compared to the previous edition. If you want to find out more about the software, I invite you to read my review of Aurora HDR Pro.

Main specs Version tested: 1.0.0 (865) Operative system: Max OS X 10.9.5 Mavericks or newer Processor: Core 2 Duo from late 2009 or newer RAM: Minimum 4 GB Hard drive space: 2 GB Display resolution: 1280 x 800 or higher (Retina displays supported) Image formats: PNG, JPG, TIFF (8-bit and 16-bit), GIF, PSD, .CR2, .NEF, .ORF, .RAF, .ERF, .ARW, .RW2, .PEF, .DNG and more Color Profile settings supported What’s new in Aurora HDR 2017

The 2017 edition introduces several new features and improvements, some of which are more substantial like the Zone System for Luminosity mask or Batch Processing while others are more minor. In this first

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