While I am a little bit sad to see one of my favourite HDR software go, I must say I am rather proud of Skylum to create yet another great piece of software! If you don’t know, Skylum is based in Ukraine, so you can understand why I am impressed.
Luminar Neo is Skylums latest photo editing software – its sleek, easy to use, beginner friendly, and has pretty much all the functions anyone could need. However, so far, you were not able to create HDRs, they had a separate software for that called Aurora HDR.
Aurora is being sunset – but they incorporated the HDR merge functionality into Luminar Neo! In the above video, I have a look at how good this works and go over 4 complete editing examples to see how the HDR merge holds up under different conditions.
Join me on the adventure – and should you decide to purchase Luminar, remember that you can go here and use the promo code “LETSIMAGE” to save 10% during checkout! This does not apply to the HDR merge addon itself, but for instance for things such as Luminar!