How To Take HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photos

by John Chow
I’ve been experimenting with HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography for the past few weeks, and thought I would do a blog post on how to create HDR photos and show some sample high dynamic range shots of the Jaguar F-Type that I got for free. HDR is a technique used in imaging and photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than is possible with standard digit ...Read the full article

Aurora HDR Pro Software - Deep Dive

Grab the software now at ! :) Aurora HDR Pro combines everything we know about High Dynamic Range photography, and takes it light years further. Not just smarter, faster, more powerful and more feature-rich than other tools, Aurora HDR offers a completely new photo editing experience. Proudly made by award-winning photography software developer Macphun and me, Trey Ratcliff! My favorite thing is I can finally do everything I need with ONE tool! I no longer need to rely on Lightroom, Photoshop and a variety of plug-ins. All of the images in the gallery below were made solely with Aurora HDR. What are my favorite features? — Simple adjustable HDR for whatever your pleasure! Also ADVANCED controls for control-freaks! — LAYERS! Yes, now you can make some areas of your photo more HDR-y or other areas “Glow” more, etc! Glow – Speaking of glow, we have a cool Image Radiance set of sliders that give my photos that “Fairy Tale Glow” you may have noticed! — HDR De-Noise! You know how HDR can sometimes cause wacky noise? It’s now gone with these awesome sliders. Just watch that Deep Dive video! :) — And a TON of features that are listed over at Thanks again... more tip videos coming!