Aurora HDR: The New Photo Editing Software for Mac Users

Aurora HDR just won an Editor’s Choice award for best new apps of 2015. It is a complete start-to-finish HDR toolkit, with revolutionary tone-mapping algorithms, one-click presets & unique features. Aurora HDR combines everything we know about High Dynamic Range photography, and takes it light years further. For the launch, there is currently a holiday deal where mac users can save $ 161 until the end of December (sorry doesn’t work on PC computers, only Macs). Offer found here: Aurora HDR Holiday Deal

New! Aurora HDR for Mac (Click to See How it Works)

New! Aurora HDR for Mac (Click to See How it Works)

Not just smarter, faster, more powerful and more feature-rich than other tools, this HDR software for Mac offers a completely new photo editing experience. Made by award-winning photography software developer Macphun and the world’s most famous HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff.

Key Features:

  • The next generation of tone-mapping algorithms
  • Advanced color controls and color toning
  • Professional HDR presets from natural to extreme
  • Multiple layers with blend modes
  • Powerful detail, clarity and structure controls
  • High-quality, native RAW processor
  • Custom textures & Luminosity masking
  • Plug-in support: Aperture, Photoshop, Lightroom
  • Proprietary HDR denoise tool
  • Other great features for beautiful HDR photos
  • A powerhouse designed for your best HDR images.
cityscape hdr

Cityscape processed with Aurora HDR by Serge Ramelli (Click to See More Examples)

Aurora HDR is a joint project between Macphun and Trey Ratcliff to produce the finest HDR software in the world, giving you all the tools needed to create breathtaking images. Macphun is one of the world’s leading developers of consumer and professional photography software, serving over 30 million customers worldwide. All of the company’s software is made exclusively for Mac.

Trey Ratcliff is a photographer, artist, writer and adventurer with over 9 million fans around the world who regularly follow his exploits and seek photographic education and inspiration from his work. He is the world’s most famous HDR photographer and his images have been viewed on the Internet over 115 billion times.

Processed with Aurora HDR by Trey Ratcliff

Landscape processed with Aurora HDR by Trey Ratcliff

A powerhouse designed for your best HDR images.

Aurora HDR features and easy-to-use, versatile workflow for every style of HDR. The first all-in-one HDR photo editor with a revolutionary tone-mapping algorithms, native RAW support, powerful detail & color adjustments, layers, custom textures, presets and more. The result? Ultimate freedom to craft your best HDR photos.

aurora hdr interface

Working in the Aurora HDR Interface (Click to See How it Works)

Custom tailored for your flexibility & creativity.

Use layers, custom textures, masking and brushes to give every part of your photo the desired perfect look. Plug it into your Photoshop, Aperture, Lightroom or use as a standalone software. Aurora HDR fits into your workflow and exceeds your expectations.

Processed with Aurora HDR

Interior processed with Aurora HDR

Unlike typical HDR compositing, which yields a finished image that’s hard to meaningfully edit, Aurora HDR includes nearly 40 one-click presets to change the look of the image, including Signature Pro presets developed by Ratcliff.

How to Get the Holiday Discount This Week:

For the launch sale and the holidays they are currently offering a bundle at 62% off. It also carries a 30 day guarantee, if you are not satisfied with any part of the software just let them know and they will give you a full refund so there is no risk in trying it.

Holiday deal found here: Aurora HDR Photo Software for Mac

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Article from: PictureCorrect


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