The masking tools in Luminar are straightforward, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t create detailed masks! I have a technique that I use to replace skies and solid backgrounds using Luminar. It’s pretty slick! Below you’ll find a short video where I demonstrate a technique you can use to make a very quick and detailed mask to replace backgrounds and skies. 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 learn my masking technique:
View the before/after image from the tutorial: