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!
This is the final lesson in my 7-Day photo editing photography challenge series and today you’ll be working on a night photography image. You’ll see how to bring out detail in areas of importance, tone down bright areas, and give your image a stylized look. There will also be a review of some of the techniques and tips you learned this week to put it all together.
For Day 6 of this photography challenge, you’re going to be working with texture overlays and learning how to create an artistic look for your photos. Use one or all of the four texture overlays provided to practice your editing skills. Then to continue, apply a LUT to add a color style as a finishing touch. See how creative you can get, or just become more familiar with the software.
Day 5 of our photography challenge is about landscape photography editing and how to bring out detail. I’ll also demonstrate the Luminar 4 AI Sky Replacement tool to show you how easy it is. You will learn how to bring out detail in areas of the image that are overly dark or bright. Your challenge is to enhance the image, not go overboard, and keep the color natural-looking.