Today I share some sunset pics from a trip to Friday Harbor, Washington that we took last summer. It ended up being a pretty nice sunset, and the dramatic setting of a lighthouse on the shore just made it that much more special!
Today I share a tutorial on using Aurora HDR Pro to replace a boring sky with a much more interesting and dramatic one. It's something people have done in Photoshop for years, but did you know you can do it in Aurora HDR? You can, and it's quick and easy. Follow along!
Boy was this a great sunset - and I had my daughter out shooting too, which made it doubly fun! Click on in, see all 4 shots, and hear me yap a little about some things I've been doing (and a hint about future plans). ;-)
On my last trip to Amsterdam, I happened to show up at the Rijksmuseum at the right time for a stunning twilight and blue hour. Though sunset was non-existent, the rest of the magic hour was really beautiful!
As you know from previous posts here, I am absolutely LOVING Aurora HDR Pro. Each time I sit down and edit images, I am coming up with new and interesting things to try out with Aurora. Today, I explore using selective colorization techniques to create new and exciting end results. Dive in and enjoy!