Aurora HDR 2019 – Adding Interest with Adjustment Layers

Working with HDR (High Dynamic Range) composites can be tricky under certain circumstances, especially in regard to directing and containing a high level of detail. Whether bringing our subject forward or subduing a busy background, these issues fade quickly into the past when combining Adjustment Layers and Masks in Aurora HDR 2019 – all within a single interface.

In this tutorial, we’ll nail down a quick and easy approach to adding interest to a given image from merge to export. Let’s jump right in..

Summary

  • Loading images into Aurora HDR 2019
  • Alignment, Deghosting & Chromatic Aberration
  • Adding and Applying Adjustment Layers
  • Adding and Applying Masks to Adjustment Layers
  • Applying a Composition Crop
  • Exporting our Final Composition

Thanks for stopping by, as always. I hope you find the information helpful.

Questions? Shoot me a comment or drop me a line any time at mark@sojournmediaco.com.

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