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In this final session on RAW Power, we looked more closely at batch processing on both macOS and iOS, and checked out the Camera-specific preset.
In the previous session, we learned all about the editing tools. In this session, we saw them in use! Watch my editing decisions, made in realtime.
In this session, we see every adjustment RAW Power has to offer, such as White Balance, Curves, Definition, Chromatic Aberration, Perspective and more!
You know what RAW Power is really good at? RAW Decoding! (Bet you're surprised). This session covers all the RAW Processing capabilities.
Did you know you can use RAW Power as a standalone app, independent of Apple Photos? Learn all about its own asset management capabilities!
RAW Power is a RAW processor for macOS and iOS that works seamlessly with Apple Photos (or stand-alone), providing much more capability and power.
Layers are a curious feature in Luminar, where they are very rarely needed. But let's see how you can use them, and where you probably shouldn't bother.
Masking is a powerful way to control just where your adjustments are applied. And how they're handled is in many way a major advantage of Luminar 3.
We're finally wrapping up the Filters in Luminar 3! There are a bunch more, getting into the Professional and Utility categories.
Let's have some fun, and explore the Creative filters Luminar 3 with Libraries, including filters like Cross Processing, Golden Hour and Sunrays.
This session continues on with the many Filters in Luminar 3 with Libraries, focusing mostly on corrective filters today.