Aurora HDR comes to Windows: Very impressive, and chock full of features

I’m a long-time user and big fan of Photomatix from HDRSoft, so when Macphun contacted me to take a look at their HDR software now that they were making it available on Windows, I didn’t make it a huge priority. There were plenty of other high-profile launches like the to cover. Mea culpa. I finally got around to loading Aurora HDR and using it on a few images. It has an impressive, and very slick, UI, and just about every feature you could want in an HDR app. It is going to take me a while to sort through all that it can do and write a more-complete review, but I wanted to get the word out that it is absolutely worth investigating. Here is one sample bracketed image from one of my drones, that aligned nicely, and turned out well shown in the Aurora UI. Stay tuned for more!