Published 27/01/16

Macphun Announces Aurora HDR Pro Version 1.2.0

New version 1.2 update introduces; Photos for Mac editing extensions support, Leica M Monochrome (type 246) RAW file support, Open/Save for .HDR and .EXR image formats


Macphun Software, a leading innovative photography app developer with over 30 million users worldwide, have today launched a major update to Aurora HDR Pro, their latest software codeveloped with Trey Ratcliff. In its first week, the softwareearned the prestigious Editor’s Choice in the Mac App Store and emerged as the fastestselling product ever released by the company.

Macphun are committed to continually improving their products based on customer feedback and new advances in technology. Highlights for new version 1.2 include: Photos for Mac editing extensions support; improved RAW file support for Leica, Panasonic, Olympus, and Fuji cameras; support for .HDR and .EXR file formats; and a host of enhancements related to producing more natural and realistic photographic results from the initial merge/tonemapping process.


Photos for Mac editing extensions support
Leica M Monochrome (type 246) RAW file support
Open/Save for .HDR and .EXR image formats

Better RAW file handling for Panasonic, Olympus and Fuji images
Updates to Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop plugins
Enhanced masking brush
Improved clipping results for overall HDR effect
Improved chromatic aberration reduction
Better UI support for 11" and 13" displays
Improved performance and various bug fixes

Download here

What is HDR?
High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography is a popular photographic technique designed to overcome the limitations of image sensors in digital photographs. This process utilizes multiple exposures of the same subject, each shot at different exposure values (brackets). Those are
then automatically merged into a single shot which encompasses a greater exposure range.

Pricing and Availability:
Aurora HDR is available either as a standard version through the Mac App Store, or a Pro
version direct from aurorahdr.com or www.stuckincustoms.com .

The standard version of Aurora HDR is available via the Mac App Store at for $39.99:

Aurora HDR Pro is available direct from aurorahdr.com and www.stuckincustoms.com and is currently on special in January:

$99 + bonuses
$129 + bonuses and HDR video training from Trey Ratcliff

1st Published 27 January 2016 16:08 Posted by Ben Jones
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