In this video Jim Nix shows you how to use Alignment, Ghost Reduction and Chromatic Aberration Reduction in Aurora HDR 2017. Alignment is used for aligning movements which cause the frames to not align, such as when bracketed photos are taken handheld and when the adjustments needed are for more than just a ghosting subject in the image.Ghost Reduction is used for when subjects in the photo move, such as a bird flying in the sky. Chromatic Aberration Reduction helps the color fringing that occurs along edges that usually shows up in high contrast scenes –– often green or purple lines along the edges of your exposure. Jim explains how use to use these adjustments when importing bracketed images.
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