Aurora HDR 2019 is probably the best HDR bracketing software on the market today. It is feature rich, easy to use and can manipulate almost every part of an HDR image.
However, there are a few features within Luminar 4 that can take the image even further. So what if we harness the power of Aurora HDR and Luminar?
In this video, we use Lightroom as a jump off point to edit our image in both Luminar and Aurora then return to Lightroom. Watch the video below to see why this method is so effective.Subscribe for more tutorials and free stuff!
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