Filters are the heart of Luminar. They are a collection of adjustment sliders that allow you to fine-tune your image. In this video, Derrick Story shows you how to use filters and how to enable and disable them to manage your workspace. Luminar is a full-featured image editing application created by Macphun. It is available from the developer site or in the Mac App Store.
- Filters are definitely the building blocks…of this application, and they deserve a closer look.…So let's do that right now.…Let's just start at the top.…I mentioned before that you can turn on and off the filters…or show them, I should say.…Right here, that little icon.…We'll have them showing right now.…And we can add filters by clicking on that plus.…We'll do a little bit more of that.…You can reset everything right there.…So this reset resets all of the filters.…
You know what, I don't want to do that.…Then you can always go back.…And then this is where we create the new preset,…as we talked about in the last movie.…Now below that, we have these workspaces.…So we're in a custom workspace right now…because we were using a preset…and we had all these custom filters put together.…But they also have sets of filters for you.…So if you don't want to start with a preset,…you just want to start with a workspace,…let's say Landscape, you can do that.…
And what they've done is they've put together…a set of filters that they think people…
- Using the Luminar editing extension
- Working with layers
- Adjusting images
- Using DxO OpticsPro
- Applying lens corrections to photos
- Using Pixelmator Retouch
- Using Pixelmator Distort
- Using different Affinity Photo editing extensions
- Using Haze Removal
- Using Polarr image editing tools
- Adding text to photos
Skill Level Advanced
Photos for OS X Essential Trainingwith Derrick Story4h 16m Beginner
Photos for OS X: Enhancing Imageswith Richard Harrington2h 26m Intermediate
Photos for OS X: Extensions for Local Adjustmentswith Derrick Story1h 50m Intermediate
1. Luminar All-Purpose Editor
2. DxO OpticsPro for Lens Corrections
3. Pixelmator Retouch and Distort
4. Affinity Photo for Advanced Cleanup
5. Polarr All-Purpose Editor
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