My favorite HDR Editing software is going to be getting better this September. Macphun has let me know that Aurora 2017 will come with over 20 key improvements and new features including these:
- New Batch Processing
- New Tools, including polarize filter and radial masking tool
- New presets by Trey Ratcliff and other recognized pros
- Reworked tone-mapping and bracket merging technology for more realistic looking HDR images
More details will be released soon, so please sign up for the Aurora 2017 newsletter to learn more.
Aurora 2017 will be available for pre-order September 15th and will officially launch September 29th.
Upgrades and Pricing
- Current users of Aurora HDR Pro can upgrade to Aurora HDR 2017 at a special pre-order price of $49
- Current users of the standard version of Aurora HDR can upgrade to Aurora HDR 2017 at a special pre-order upgrade price of $69
- New customers can pre-order Aurora HDR 2017 for $89
Pre-order to receive special bonuses that will be announced soon.
Ron’s Aurora Review & Tutorial
I’m no Trey Ratcliff, but I give you my 2 cents in this 30 minute tutorial where I demonstrate how I use the first version of Aurora and my thoughts about it:
The cool thing about this video is that there’s no smoke and mirrors and it’s done on a 2010 MacBook Pro with 8GB of RAM and 512KB video, but it performs very well.
Where to learn more or order?
CLICK HERE to learn more about Aurora HDR 2017 and this special offer.
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