Video: A First Look at Aurora HDR 2019
I have been a bit busy over the past few weeks, so I am a little behind with the announcement of the next version of Aurora HDR from Skylum Software. Also, given that the press release was pretty much covered on every site out there, I didn’t want to post something about it without trying it first. So having played with the beta for a little while now, I made a quick video to give you a run through of the new version.
Please note that this is not a review, i’s just a quick first look. I will try and do a more comprehensive review once the final version is out.
The software is available for pre-order now from Skyum. and will be released on October 4th.
- Current users may upgrade at a price of $49 USD ($59 USD MSRP)
- New users can purchase Aurora HDR 2019 at a price of $89 USD ($99 MSRP)
The company is also offering a number of pre-order bonuses.
- Video Tutorial: Getting the Most from Aurora HDR 2019 by Trey Ratcliff
- Landscape Photography Handbook by David Johnston
- Burning Moods LUTs by Richard Harrington
- Exclusive interior Aurora Looks by Richard Harrington
- 3-month 500px Pro membership
- $300 USD OFF a multi-day Iceland Photo Tours
Help Support the Blog
I’m now on Patreon. If you like what I do here and find the information useful, then you can help by supporting me on Patreon. As well as helping keep this blog going with even more useful news, tips, tutorials and more, members also get special Patreon only perks. Stop by and check it out.
If you like this post then you can see more of my work on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. I also have a YouTube channel that you might like. You should also check out my other Photography Project: The Streets of Dublin. If you want to get regular updates, and notices of occasional special offers, and discounts from my store, then please sign up for the Newsletter.
You can also show support by buying something from my from my Digital Download Store where I have Lightroom Presets, and e-books available for download. If you're a Fuji X-Trans shooter and Lightroom user, check out my guide to post processing X-Trans files in Lightroom. I also have a guides for processing X-Trans files in Capture One and Iridient Developer. For Sony Alpha shooters I have a new guide with tips on how to get the best from processing your A6000 Images in Lightroom.