Hasselblad X1D Review
I recently added some more photos to the Hasselblad X1D Review here on the site so, go have a look! However, if you are following the blog lately, then you may know I’m switching mostly over to the Sony A7R Mark 3!
Aurora HDR 2018 Free Update
As is often the case, the photo below was processed with Aurora HDR and it has just been updated for both Mac and Windows. If you already have Aurora you can automatically update from inside the app. If you don’t, grab it (including a free trial option) in the store! It’s now in its 11th iteration and the team at Skylum is making steady updates.
For those who have Aurora, here’s what’s new…
- Improved Sliders: You can now directly enter values into a slider with the keyboard.
- Improved presets: Applying multiple presets now handled correctly.
- Cropping improvements: The cropped state of an image is now correctly captured in the native Aurora HDR file.
- Batch process faster: We’ve fine-tuned our bracket-detecting algorithm to speed up batch processing.
- Align brackets better: We’ve updated our alignment algorithm to improve hand-held HDR photography.
- Adobe plug-in improvements: The plugins for Adobe products have been performance tuned.
- Improved cross-platform files: We’ve fixed issue with cropped photos created on Windows.
- Improved user experience: We’ve refined the software to make it easier to use based on user feedback and testing.
Daily Photo – The Hills Near Arrowtown
This was one of my first stops when I got my Hasselblad X1D. Up at The Hills country club, there are some very beautiful rolling hills in almost every direction. Since I'm a landscape photographer, it's a simple turkey-shoot! You can just kind of look in any direction and get a good shooting situation. That makes testing the camera a bit easier. I found myself going right into Manual mode because of the Live EVF. I still had to use the camera for about a month before I was totally comfortable with it, however.