In this tutorial, you will learn how to get images into Luminar 4. Whether you are using Luminar as a stand-alone image editor, or as a plugin for Lightroom or Photoshop (or something else) this will help you get started.
It’s the start of a brand new year, so I thought it would be a good time for another photography challenge to kick it off right. This one will be about photo editing, but this time you’ll be working on your own images!
Join in on our 7-day beginner photography challenge and improve your photo editing skills. This simple photography challenge will help you get started if you’re new to processing, or get unstuck if you’re in a rut. Video tutorials for each day to help learn techniques that you can apply to different types of photos. RAW image files provided for each exercise for learning about color corrections, black and white conversions, masking, and not just the names of the techniques, but how you can apply them to your images.
Often when I’m reviewing student’s images and demonstrating photo editing techniques I get questions like this, “How can I become a master at photo editing like you?”. Well, it takes time and practice but there are a few things you can do to get on the right track. So in this article, I’ll give…
Luminar 4 with AI Sky Replacement taken for a test drive. In this video, you’ll get a look at the newest version of the powerful photo editing software, Luminar 4 by Skylum. I am usually against any sort of AI or automated editing, but Skylum has done it right with Luminar 4 and I’m super impressed!