Today Macphun launched Aurora HDR 2017, their latest version of the HDR photo editing software for Mac. The new software features an improved user interface, faster performance, and more features that Macphun claims will provide “more versatility and higher quality images than before.” Aurora HDR 2017 will officially release on September 29 for $99, but there is special pre-order pricing plus bonuses for new and current owners of previous versions available if purchased before then.
Improvements made in Aurora 2017 HDR include new luminosity mask controls, a new tone-mapping engine, new batch processing, a new polarizing filter, new one-click presets, new adjustment panels, added blend modes for layers, and faster raw processing plus DNG support.
Check out the video above to get a look at the new features of Aurora HDR 2017.
Pre-ordering runs from September 14 through September 29, and includes a bonus pack of Trey Ratcliff’s Aurora HDR 2017 “Deep Dive” video, one year basic subscription to SmugMug, 60 days of KelbyOne membership, and 25 square prints shipped worldwide from Parabo Press. Pre-order pricing is $89 for new users, $69 for Aurora HDR owners, and $49 for Aurora HDR Pro owners.
Aurora HDR 2017 will be available on September 29 for its regular $99 price. Visit the Aurora HDR 2017 website for all the information.