Aurora 2017 is packed full of new tools and improvements, including batch processing, reworked Tone Mapping and Bracket Merging technologies, a Polarise Filter and new presets created by HDR pros. Aurora 2017 will officially launch on September 29th, and will be available for pre-order from September 14th.
Aurora 2017 will come with over twenty key improvements and new features. Macphun are committed to integrating user feedback into their software development, and this is demonstrated in their new and improved version of the ultimate in HDR software.
Rendering RAW files will now be much faster, with the enhanced tone mapping algorithm, bringing a more realistic HDR merging, without extra noise and detail loss. Batch processing will allow users to create multiple HDR images using a custom style and import more brackets, whilst the Polarise filter emulates the polarisation filter added to a lens, giving colours more depth with a single swipe.
Current users of Aurora HDR pro can upgrade to Aurora 2017 at a special pre-order price of $79. Current users of the standard version of Aurora HDR can upgrade to Aurora HDR 2017 at a special pre-order price of $69. New customers can pre-order Aurora HDR 2017 for $89.