Professional Aurora HDR software Macphun Trey Ratcliff
Professional Aurora HDR software from Macphun and Trey Ratcliff
I am very excited about the new Professional Aurora HDR software from Macphun and Trey Ratcliff. It started shipping to customers on November 19th, 2015. Trey Ratcliff is one of the most well known HDR photographers, and with his HDR expertise and knowledge, he has partnered with Macphun to create the most advanced HDR software available. Macphun only produces software for Apple/Mac computers so you window users are out of luck. I have an iMac and an older Windows laptop so I have both operating systems, although I use my iMac much more.
My main HDR software until now, like probably most people, has been Photomatix Pro. It is very good software with many features, but from what I have read, seen, and heard, Aurora HDR software will be much better than Photomatix. Below I have posted some youtube videos where Trey Ratcliff explains some of the features of the Aurora HDR software, it looks very good and FULL featured.
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Trey Ratcliff introduces Aurora HDR From Macphun
Sample HDR Photos from Aurora HDR and links to order the software
With the links below you can order your very own copy of the Aurora HDR software from Macphun (Question: Does macphun use a capital M or a small m for their company name, I am always confused which one I should use, I’ve seen it both ways). It will not cost you anymore to use the links below, but if you do, which I would really appreciate and my hungry kids, then macphun pays me a small commission for helping sell their software.
If you do order from my links, I will be here for support if you need any help or assistance with your new software. Just send me a message on my contact page and I will try and help you with any problems. Also macphun offers 24/7, around the clock support so if you ever have any problems with their software, you can always get support no matter what time of day it is.