- 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
- [Derrick] Luminar by Skylum Software has burst onto the photography scene as a major competitor to other more established imaging editing applications. Hi, I'm Derrick Story, professional photographer, writer, and publisher of The Visual Story, and welcome to Luminar Essential Training. In this course, I'll show you how to enhance your images with Luminar's intelligent creative filters and tools. Some of the topics I cover include providing you with a quick start chapter that gets you up and running in just minutes, showing you how to quickly enhance your images with Luminar's beautiful presets, how to build your own custom workspace tailored to your individual needs, showing you how to master layers for professional image editing results, and delving into the world of creative techniques with lookup table mapping, black and white, and more.
Luminar is available for both Mac and Windows photographers. It's affordable, powerful, and very modern. So please join me for Luminar Essential Training and let your creativity flow.
Luminar: Creative Projectswith Richard Harrington1h 45m Advanced
Macphun Software: Tips and Techniqueswith Richard Harrington2h 23m Intermediate
Photos for macOS Essential Trainingwith Derrick Story5h 10m Beginner
1. Quick Start
2. Master the Basics
3. Noteworthy Filters
4. Work with Layers
5. Creative Techniques
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