Tag: processing

Luminar Photo Processing – Deals

Luminar Photo Processing – Deals

If you are in to photography and are looking for a fantastic way to quickly process your images, you need to look at Luminar software.  I've been using it for the past year alongside Lightroom and Photoshop and let me tell you, I'm so impressed with this software.  In fact, throughout the year, I've gradually … Continue reading Luminar Photo Processing – Deals

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Luminar 2018 Image Editing – Vignette Filter

Luminar 2018 Image Editing – Vignette Filter

The latest video installment about the fantastic image editing software called Luminar 2018 from the Skylum company.   In this video, I highlight one small, yet key, filter that I use on every image I process.....the vignette filter. Adding a slight, or stronger, vignette to an image can do wonders to direct the viewers eye … Continue reading Luminar 2018 Image Editing – Vignette Filter

Luminar 2018 Photo Editing Video – Preset Overview

Luminar 2018 Photo Editing Video – Preset Overview

Just completed a new video for the image editing software Luminar 2018 from the Skylum software company.  As I am diving in to learning Luminar as a possible replacement for Adobe Lightroom, I am creating and posting short videos about different aspects of the software. My goal is to provide quick, easily digestible information about … Continue reading Luminar 2018 Photo Editing Video – Preset Overview

End of Year Photography Workflow

End of Year Photography Workflow

At the end of each year and the beginning of the new, I tackle the backlog of images I captured during the year.  My goal is to extract the best shots to process and share and then eventually combine in to a curated collection of images in a printed book. I shoot anywhere between 3000-8000 … Continue reading End of Year Photography Workflow

Installing Luminar 2018 as a Plug-In

Installing Luminar 2018 as a Plug-In

As I continue to explore the new software called Luminar 2018 from Skylum, one of the first things I did was install it as plug-in to Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop (both from the Adobe subscription plan) I'm running this on an Apple iMac, but I believe the instructions are the same using a PC … Continue reading Installing Luminar 2018 as a Plug-In