In this video, Jim Nix shows you how to process interior photos in Aurora HDR 2017. This can be especially useful for all types of architectural interior shots, including real estate photography, photos taken inside museums or a fun moment inside a restaurant. Jim explains how one of the great things about HDR photos for interior shots is that making HDR edits can help overcome exposure inconsistencies because of multiple sources of light. He shows a variety of techniques for making these editing adjustments by using presets and adding adjustment layers in addition to starting a workflow with a base layer and making adjustments from there.
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