If you are reading this then you have some sort of interest in either Unified Color’s HDR Expose or 32 Float. Both of which are pretty powerful HDR application.
In this video I show you how to take a set of brackets from Lightroom to HDR Expose. Then I show you how to open your .BEF 32 Bit HDR file in Photoshop using 32 Float.
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