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Luminar 3 with Libraries: Filters part 1 (The Basics)

Live Training Session 2002

Luminar 3 with Libraries: Filters part 1 (The Basics)

Live Training Session 2002

Duration: 00:53 hr
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There are a ton of Filters in Luminar 3 with Libraries, and we'll look at a few of 'em… plus learn the do's and don'ts of working with these adjustments!

Luminar 3 with Libraries is an easy to use, powerful image editor designed for those who want to get the most from their photos in as little time as possible. The new Libraries feature makes it a one-stop-shop for your image editing and management needs!

Here's what we looked at today…

  • Enabling Histogram, Layers (just where they are), and History
  • Histogram options
    • R, G, B, L, and combo views
    • Highlight and shadow clipping
  • Filters menu (Reset, Single View, more)
  • Workspaces
    • Selecting the right one
    • Warnings on switching workspaces
    • Making your own workspaces
  • Finding and adding new filters, including organization and favorites
  • Filters, including…
    • RAW Develop Filter
      • Camera profiles
      • White balance
      • Common adjustments (Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, Shadows, Whites, Blacks, Clarity)
      • Lens adjustments (Lens Distortion, Chromatic Aberration, Defringe)
      • Transform
    • Accent AI Filter™
    • AI Sky Enhancer
    • Saturation / Vibrance (and the difference between them)
    • Polarizing Filter (with an incredible example)
    • Structure (including Amount, Softness and Boos sliders)
    • Curves (including L, R, G and B individual adjustments)
    • Vignette
      • Pre-Crop
      • Post-Crop
      • Full feature explanation
  • Duplicating Filters
  • A brief look at building masks, and copying masks between filters
  • Final “Filters Amount” slider with an idea on how to make it even more powerful

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Luminar 3 with Libraries: Filters part 1 (The Basics)

Live Training Session 2002

Duration: 00:53 hr
$4.00

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I was not aware of the ability to copy a mask to a completely different filter. Thank you for that tip. 👍

I agree with you. At the very least there should be a dialog box warning you when switching workspaces. I have made that mistake myself. 

Awesome, glad you were able to learn something! And yeah, I think they'll add an alert in there. It's too dangerous. 

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