In this video, Derrick Story shows you how to choose the right workspace for you. Luminar is a modern image editor for both Mac and PC platforms. It provides photographers with the tools they need to creatively edit their images quickly and easily.
- [Narrator] Workspaces differ from presets in that…their collection of filters haven't had any adjustments yet.…So they're all at neutral, zero,…whatever you want to call it. Nothing has happened.…Whereas presets also have a collection of filters but…they've been adjusted by someone else to save you time.…So, right now we're going to look at some of our options…with workspaces and if I click right here you see that I can…choose the different workspaces.…We're in Quick and Awesome, I love that one for…a starting point when I'm just doing work,…well, quickly right?…(laughs)…But we have a portrait here so let's come to portrait.…
And, so, now we have a different collection of filters.…And some of these I like and some of these I don't.…For example- I don't feel like I really need Grain in…my portrait workspace. So, if I want, I can take that out.…What Luminar's offering you when it sets up a workspace…is a starting point. But you don't have to stick with it.…You can subtract, like that, just clicking on the "x".…
- Applying filters and presets
- Cropping images
- Batching processing
- Working with layers
- LUT mapping
- Converting to black and white
- Toning images
- Reducing noise
- Saving and exporting images
Skill Level Beginner
Photos for macOS Essential Trainingwith Derrick Story5h 10m Beginner
Luminar: Creative Projectswith Richard Harrington1h 45m Advanced
1. Quick Start
2. Master the Basics
3. Noteworthy Filters
4. Work with Layers
5. Creative Techniques
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