In this video Jim Nix shows you how to create HDR edits from both a merged bracket set of RAW files and a single exposure RAW file in Aurora HDR 2017.While importing a set of RAW photos, he explains the Color Denoise option given in the Additional Settings which is not available to other file formats. He also talks about and uses the Ghost Reduction option in his example photo. Then, Jim explains when importing a single exposure RAW photo, there will not be Ghost Reduction and Alignment for you to click on in the Additional Settings. He explains the need for making further editing adjustments to single exposed images and does with a quick editing example.
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