Aurora HDR 2019 (vs 2018) Night Photography HDR Images

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In this video I take 3 exposures of an image shot at night and blend them together to create HDR images in Aurora HDR 2019 and Aurora HDR 2018.

We compare the results between the two to see which one is better and how for editing HDR images at night.

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