Video: Watch me create a HDR Image using Capture One, Aurora HDR and Luminar
In this video I take a bracketed exposure that I shot on a Fuji X-Pro 2 and starting with Capture One, I look at the process of creating a HDR using Aurora HDR. I then do some additional editing in Luminar, before bringing the final image back into Capture One. While HDR can have a bad reputation from some of the excessively processed and stylised images that are often associated with the technique, it’s still useful for bringing out details especially in challenging exposures. In this example, I try to keep the image looking natural, without having a HDR look to it, so even if you don’t like HDR, you still might find this interesting so give it a look!
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