Photolemur has such tremendous ease of use, and wonderful algorithms! It uses artificial intelligence based on a huge database of adjustments that can be made to an image, along with artificial intelligence to learn your preferred settings – and instantly improves your images without any work on your part at all – or, if you choose, just a little work. In addition, it works on jpeg images AND Raw images!
Watch my demo below and check out Photolemur’s websitefor more information on the software, it’s various versions, and it’s availability for both Windows and Macintosh computers.
Well, I thought it might be nice if you got a chance to see some of the ease, power and flexibility of the program in a simple demo. Please note – this demo is based on a single image – I don’t have a camera capable of auto-bracketing (taking multiple exposures of a single shot). Here, you’ll see how we can use a preset, AND adjust that preset, and I’ve chosen a realistic look for the final image. In the future, I’ll demonstrate how we can make some more “artistically interpretive” choices, but this, I think, is a good overview.
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Aurora HDR 2017 gives you tremendous control, either manually, or via preset for all your HDR photo needs – from realistic lighting improvements to full-on artistic image interpretations. The most amazing thing is, you don’t even need an HDR capable camera with bracketing capabilities. The enhancements that can be done with a singe image – even a smartphone image, is amazing and beautiful. Just take a look at their intro software page for an example of what can be accomplished with a click or just your own enhancements (slide the slider on their intro image).
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