New: Luminar All-in-One Photo Editor for Mac

Luminar is a new all-in-one photo editor designed to ensure the ultimate in creativity and convenience. The Luminar user interface is built around the idea that every photographer is different, and therefore their photo editing needs are different too. Users can choose from pre-built user interface configurations that match their editing style and needs, or create their own. The pre-order opportunity for Luminar just started and includes over $150 in bonuses which ends soonDeal found here: Luminar Pre-Order

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New: Luminar Photo Editor (click to see how it works)

Packed with cutting-edge tools and features, Luminar has everything you need to create epic beautiful photos in one app.

Innovative Adaptive User Interface

Users can choose from 4 default interface variations, designed for: quick image fixes, photo enhancement with presets, an intermediate level of control, and advanced editing.

Workspaces & Filters

Luminar is the first Macphun editor to introduce Workspaces – innovative collections of tools most suitable for a specific type of photography. Default Workspaces will cover Portrait, Landscape, Street, and Black & White Photography. In addition, users can create an unlimited number of custom Workspaces, as well as import Workspaces from other photographers.

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Before and after example (click to see more)

Luminar 1.0 features over 35 innovative imaging filters, from classic Tone & Exposure, to Bi-Color, Photo Filter Emulation, Cross-Processing, Detail Enhancement and dozens of others. Each filter category includes a set of precise controls, which can be adjusted to create countless different looks.

Users can save a group of pre-adjusted filters to create their own one-click preset, or for convenience, choose from over 50 pre-defined presets. With categories ranging from Outdoor to Portrait, Street to Drama, there’s a preset for every photography style.

Non-destructive editing and powerful selection tools

The new Luminar for Mac introduces a new editing workflow. Users can change the order of applied filters at any time in the editing process, therefore totally changing the look of their photo. With the new History feature users can check all steps of the editing process, and go back to any step at any time.

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There’s a lot to discover about Luminar

The new selection tools in Luminar include;: adjustable editing brush, radial and gradient masking, as well as masking with a single layer and masking with an independent filter.

Together with the powerful blend modes, layers and filters, these masking tools allow users to easily perform even the most complex edits, for instance the sky replacement.

What else is in Luminar?

  • Essential photo fixing tools, including spot healing, crop & transform, clone & stamp, noise reduction and other.
  • Complete photo enhancement toolset, including exposure & contrast controls, saturation, vibrance, clarity, sharpness, polarization, and more.
  • Creative color controls & adjustments, including bi-color, split toning, selective luminosity, saturation & hue controls and more.
  • A myriad of photo filters, including cross process, glow, orton effect, monochrome, soft tone and more.
  • Layers with blend modes and layer masking
  • Custom Textures with blend modes
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Professional photographer Trey Ratcliff working in Luminar

  • Works as a standalone software, plugin & extension
  • Built-in RAW converter

How to Get the Pre-order Bonuses:

Luminar is available for pre-order at a discounted price of $59 for all new users, and just $49 for anyone who already uses has Macphun photo software. Pre-order also includes a bonus pack of photo training videos and a course on building a photography business from Will Burrard-Lucas, an award-winning UK based wildlife photographer with over one million Facebook fans.

Offer found here: Luminar Photo Editor & Pre-order Bonus

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