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May 20th, 2016

Macphun Announces Aurora HDR Pro Version 1.2.2

Posted By Staff
Macphun’s latest update of Aurora HDR Pro offers support for RAW files from numerous new cameras and all of the major bugs have been fixed. Learn more about all the updates in the press release below. °°° San Diego, CA May 20th, 2016 – Macphun Software, a leading innovative photography app developer with over 30 …
May 3rd, 2016

Photo Of The Day By Kris Walkowski

Posted By Kristan Ashworth
Photo By Kris Walkowski
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Valley Of The Rocks” by Kris Walkowski. Location: Monument Valley, Arizona. “The world-famous Navajo Nation’s Monument Valley Park located at Arizona/Utah boarder,” describes Walkowski. “This phenomenal landscape overwhelms me not only by its beauty, but also by the size and majestic colors. This is an HDR image.” Photo of …
November 9th, 2015

Macphun And Trey Ratcliff Announce Aurora HDR

Posted By Kristan Ashworth
aurora hdr
San Diego, CA November 9 th , 2015 Macphun Software, a leading innovative photography app developer with over 30 million users worldwide, and Trey Ratcliff, the world’s preeminent HDR photographer with over 9 million fans today announce the launch of their codeveloped photo editing software, Aurora HDR. Designed exclusively for the Mac platform, Aurora HDR combines Macphun’s proprietary image processing …
April 11th, 2014

Leading Lines Assignment Winner Dustin Penman

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Stormy Morning' by Dustin Penman
Congrats to Dustin Penman for winning the Leading Lines Assignment! “I captured this while visiting Washington State’s ‘Second Beach’ in the Olympic National Park in December. After spending the previous five days in the cold rain, soaked to the bone alongside my photographer buddy Marco Crupi, we arrived at the beach just prior to sunrise with a light rain falling …
August 29th, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Mount Whitney From Russell Plateau’ HDR panorama by Brandon Riza – Central California

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Stitched panorama of Mount Whitney from Russell Plateau AutopanoGiga software SNS-HDR Pro HDR composite California
I spend quite a bit of time above 12 thousand feet, and one of my favorite stomping grounds are the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains in central California. The Mount Whitney massif, a chossy multi-trillion-metric-ton chunk of granite and the highest peak in the Lower 48 states is always fun to climb, and it’s always photogenic. …
May 22nd, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘The Ring of Fire over Horseshoe Bend’ – Colorado River, Page, Arizona

Posted By David Alexander Willis
The Ring of Fire over Horseshoe Bend - Colorado River, Page, Arizona
An annular eclipse is a remarkable event. The moon appears to be encircled by a ring of sunlight, known as the “Ring of Fire”. The term “annular” comes from the Latin word meaning “ring”. This ring effect is caused when the earth’s orbit moves closer to the sun and the apparent size difference looks as …
August 25th, 2011

Lightroom HDR

Posted By Michael Frye
(Click here if you have trouble viewing this video) Can you create HDR images in Lightroom? Yes! Well, sort of. Lightroom only works with one photograph at a time, so you can’t blend different exposures of a scene together. But you can handle some high-contrast scenes in Lightroom, without HDR software or Photoshop, by using Lightroom’s …
November 30th, 2010

Honor Nature with HDR!

Posted By Rob Sheppard
I admit it. When I first saw HDR  work, I was unimpressed. The interfaces were clunky and the results could be really odd. But George Lepp kept pushing me to try it and finally I did a few years ago. When I discovered I could show off certain aspects of nature that the camera could …
May 12th, 2010

HDR In Photoshop CS5

Posted By Jerry Monkman
Unless you’ve been hanging out in Antarctica (without an internet connection), you probably know that Adobe has been developing Photoshop CS5 for quite some time. They released this upgrade on April 30th, and one of the most anticipated new features is the program’s revamped HDR processing, now called Merge to HDR Pro.