In this video Jim Nix shows you how to make an HDR from a set of brackets and compares it to an HDR made from a single exposure in Aurora HDR 2017. Jim takes you through the importing process and explains how to choose your Additional Settings. In his photo example, he shows how HDR allows you to evenly expose a photo for the different light values –– making the areas in the image that are blown out appear clear and the areas that are dark appear well exposed –– creating a perfectly balanced image. Then, he takes you through a few basic edits by creating a layer and using the Tone Mapping filter. He explains that when editing a single exposed photo to get an HDR look, you will only have Tone as the filter option rather than Tone Mapping.
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