Yesterday I wrote about my work with Aurora HDR 2019. I have already learnt a few new things. And this is why practise is so important.
FIrstly I worked out how to install the Lightroom plugin, so now I can export direct from Lightroom to Aurora and save straight back to Lightroom.
That is annoyance number one out of the way - having to navigate Windows Explorer to find the images to edit and then save back - a lot of time saved there.
Next is the batch processing.
I created a very quick web page in the new travel section of my website called Barbados where I quickly added the 22 batch processed images. Batch processed using Aurora HDR - very little input from me.
Now I did not know that there were more settings that I could select, which I found this morning. That explains why there are issues that need sorting, which I have done and all is fine.
So tomorrow morning I will update the images and have a nice shiny set of 25 images on this page of my website.
And that is the point of part of this process - next is the really big grand planned edit which I might start running over the weekend - this is very ambitious!
But things are looking promising.
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