11 Aug Macphun Aurora HDR Pro review – Is it the best HDR software you can find?
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When I began editing photos and videos on my computer nearly 10 years ago, the first software I ever used was Adobe. Since then, I’ve become so accustomed to Adobe products that I rarely feel the need to look at other software alternatives. It’s not necessarily because I consider Adobe to be the best but rather because they have been part of my workflow for so many years.
Happily, my work for MirrorLessons has given me the opportunity to look at software from other brands. I’ve been impressed by Iridient Developer and I’ve also used Nik collection in the past (now owned by Google and available for free). So when Macphun asked me if I wanted to try their new HDR software, I thought it was worth taking the time to explore the app given its very reasonable price point.
MacPhun is an American company that was founded in 2008 by two college friends who decided to design photography software. They started with iPhone apps and became popular with Mac software like Tonality. Aurora HDR is their latest creation and was developed in collaboration with Trey Ratcliff, a renowned travel photographer who has contributed significantly to HDR’s popularity on the net.
Note: Aurora HDR is currently only available for Mac computers but Macphun is working on a Windows version.
Specs and system requirements Version tested: 1.2.2 (2691) 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:
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