In this video Jim Nix shows you a quick example workflow in Aurora HDR 2017. He will explain how to create Adjustment Layers to make specific changes within each layer. First, Jim selects a preset and makes a few slider adjustments to the preset’s original filter settings. Then he adds an Adjustment Layer to fine-tune changes to the Structure and Clarity by using the Editing Brush. After that, he creates another Adjustment Layer to add HDR Denoise to smooth out the sky and water in the photo. Finally, he creates an Adjustment Layer to bring out the colors in the sunset using the Color Toning tool.
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