Using Aurora HDR 2018 with Adobe Lightroom

Images in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom can be easily handed off for editing in Aurora HDR 2018. To exchange a file from Lightroom to Aurora HDR 2018, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is open.
  2. Choose your image(s) in Lightroom from the Library or Develop modules that you want to work on with Aurora HDR 2018.
  3. Choose File > Export with Preset and choose from one of two options.
      • Open original images. This option sends a 16-bit TIFF file from Lightroom to Aurora HDR 2018 and removes any adjustments that were applied in Lightroom first.
      • Use .TIFF with Lightroom adjusters. This option sends a 16-bit TIFF file from Lightroom to Aurora HDR 2018 and first applies any adjustments that were made in Lightroom to the transferred file.
  4. A new dialog appears to indicate that Aurora HDR 2018 is running. 
  5. Check the Tone Mapping box if you want to take advantage of Aurora HDR 2018’s tone mapping features
  6. Click the Create HDR button to process the image in Aurora HDR 2018.
  7. Make any edits or adjustments as needed in Aurora HDR 2018.  You can use presets to speed up your editing workflow.
  8. When done, click the Apply button to send the adjusted image back to Lightroom. A new file is added to your Library and stacked with the original in your Library.

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