Free Aurora HDR from Amateur Photographer

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Aurora is a much maligned editor, in my opinion. One does not have to touch the HDR side of things at all - there are lots of other options one can use to do basic editing. And as my ancient laptop has forgone PS and LR (the two applications are no longer supported by my OS) I have turned to Aurora as my primary constructive editor. It's cheap, loads very quickly, and does what it says on the tin.
 
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Thanks. I usually use Lightroom as it is very easy to use, but I'll give it a try.
(as always for this type of offer, this is an old version of the software: Aurora HDR 2018)
 
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edergira

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I'm not a big fan of HDR but I won't say no to a freebie, thanks for the link :)
 

Evan614

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I found/use Photoscape X which is free unless you want the "Pro" features. But I find it does a lot, as a free software.
 
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