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Win An Olympus OM-D E-M10, Fuji X100T Or A Leica D-Lux Type Camera

Macphun is giving away three fantastic cameras in their new prize draw competition and you can find out how you can be in with a chance of winning one here.

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Macphun Aurora HDR

 

Macphun's Aurora HDR has hit 250K downloads and to celebrate, the software giant is giving away an Olympus OM-D-M10, Fuji X100T and a Leica D-Lux Type. Plus, Aurora HDR will be available at a special price of just £63 over the weekend (March 19-20).

The giveaway is open to everyone who owns Aurora HDR or downloads the trial software until 31 March 2016.

 

How To Enter The Prize Draw 

For more information on the prize draw and to download a free trial of the software, visit the Aurora HDR website

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JackAllTog Plus
13 6.4k 58 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2016 12:39PM
Its a MAC only piece of software. Wish I had a mac too.
parallax 13 204 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2016 11:07PM
I was quite keen to try this software. But when I ran a demo of this software using my Sony A7R RAW files, wide dynamic scenes such as sunsets were rendered with terrible, huge blown halos. I couldn't seem to overcome this problem, so I abandoned plans to purchase the software.
I've found ACR's latest HDR implementation to be excellent, giving very natural looking results. To me, a lot of HDR software gives a signature look which can be quite artificial at times.


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