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Here are a couple more examples of images processed with the Aurora HDR Pro software. The original images were taken in New Zealand in 2000 with a Sony Mavica Digital Camera. I forget the exact model, but, it used the old "Floppy Discs" as the storage medium. They had a capacity of 1 mb, so these originals were captured as a jpg of around 150 kb's. Thanks to the software that was available in 2000, I have been able to process the images in psd, tiff, and jpg formats. Both of the examples were completely processed in Aurora HDR Pro. The Trolley Car used one of the presets for converting to Black and White and toning for the Sepia effect. The interior of the Church was adjusted using only the basic panel in Aurora HDR Pro, similar to processing in Adobe Lightroom. The effect is very subtle, but, I wanted to compare the controls to Adobe Lightroom. So, it looks like this software is capable of becoming a significant element in my routine workflow.
Here's another view/version of the restored Santa Fe Depot taken with the Tamron 10-24mm wide angle lens adapted to the Sony a6000 mirrorless camera. Comments are welcomed.
Been testing a new (for me) Tamron 10 to 24 mm wide angle lens adapted to the Sony a6000 camera.
The above shot of the restored Santa Fe Depot, is a six image panorama stitched within Adobe Lightroom. Focal length was about 12mm and is the probable cause for the slight barrel/bulging effect.
I intend to reshoot the scene with the Sony 16mm lens for comparison purposes. Assuming we get another clear night sky in the very near future. Overall, I'm pleased with the lens/adapter combination. Comments are welcomed.