Photographers have many choices for post-processing applications, and I tend to gravitate to the ones I’m most familiar with, as well as those that I enjoy using. Recently I’ve been giving the Macphun products a try, and I’ve found them to be very intuitive and easy to use. I’ve also had a lot of fun learning and playing with the filters, presets, and other tools inside of both Luminar and Aurora.
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Below you’ll find a short 10-minute video where I demonstrate some of the features of Luminar while doing a simple edit of a photo I created in Morocco earlier this year. And, if you’d like to give Luminar a try for yourself, click here (or use the button below).
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Watch the Tutorial
Watch below to see a post-processing walk through with this software:
View the before/after image from the tutorial: