In this video Jim Nix shows you how to use the HDR Tone Mapping controls in Aurora HDR 2017. Jim starts with three bracketed images merged of the sun setting over a canal in Venice, Italy. He explains the sliding controls within the tool and makes adjustments to his photo. HDR Tone Mapping is a powerful tool that has multiple sliders for making base adjustments which is why Jim recommends jumping into HDR Tone Mapping first for editing the base layer, then from there creating layers to add presets and other editing adjustments.
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