Why hello there! If you’ve been looking for an easy, 3-step guide to installing Luminance HDR on Ubuntu based distros, you’ve come to the right place.

Luminance HDR is one of the leading opensource HDR applications, which means it’s not just cool, it’s totally free to setup and use.

So to get started putting this photographic magic on your drive, open a terminal windows and add the repository by typing or copy pasting:

 

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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway

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Next, you’ll need to update the OS available package information.  To do this, simply type or copy paste:

 

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sudo apt-get update

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Lastly, install Luminance HDR:

 

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sudo apt-get install luminance-hdr

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That’s it! You should be able to locate Luminance HDR in applications. Start the app and enjoy!

Also, check out some the awesome HDR images I’ve made using the software (below).

 

 

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