But how do you get your photos to look so good – so rich with colour and depth?
High Dynamic Range Photography – How to Make Your Images Come Alive.
Some people love that highly finished, dramatic, painterly and sometimes surreal look and mood that can be achieved with High Dynamic Range imaging. The great thing is, with the right software and techniques (or presets), achieving a minimal or extreme effect is really down to you.
Yeah, but how do you get your photos to look so good?
If you are thinking that perhaps a new camera will fix that for you, well, err…, that’s not necessarily the solution. Although If I were to recommend a decent and value for money camera – I do have my sights on the Nikon D3300 and the D800. I think the D800 may win though and only because I have this innate feeling that the higher 32 megapixels, as opposed to 24, may provide a better foundation for achieving an even more colorful and crisply focused, quality photo.
So, Here’s The Software You Really Need…
That was me above, playing with Aurora HDR… Anyway, what you really need is the right software. You can tinker around with other software you already have. But, it has to be said Aurora HDR by Macphun is kitted to make the whole experience a lot more actionable, easy, enjoyable and most of all personalizable. Plus, there are other ways in which you can use Aurora HDR without changing the way you already work.
If You Have an Existing Workflow Method – Add Aurora HDR
You can use Aurora as a Photoshop, Lightroom and Aperture plugin. Yes, that’s right. You see, Aurora is a kind of stand-alone plugin, that works as a self-contained app, or as a plugin within the software applications you already use. So no interruption to your typical work flow.
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