Luminar 4 is a ground-breaking and intelligent editing tool that is different from the others you have tried. With its use of Artificial Intelligence, you are able to achieve many things such as sky replacements and skin smoothing within a few seconds using only a couple of sliders.
This course is designed for the beginner in mind and you will learn all of the ins-and-outs of using Luminar to get started. We cover each of the main editing modules, Essentials, Creative, Portrait, and Professional, and cover all of the sliders and how they change your image. This will give you a better idea of what to do when it comes to real-world editing situations. We will also cover the use of LUTs, Luminar Looks, advanced sky replacements, portrait enhancing and improvements, and other advanced features while showing you how easy they are to use. Also included in this course is a free starter pack of Luminar Looks to jumpstart your creativity.
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In this section we will cover all of the Essentials when it comes to editing your images. These are the basic adjustments but we will show you exactly how they effect your image.
The Creative section is probably the most fun section to play with. You have many options when it comes to adding some “special effects” to your image. We will cover everything from adding sun rays to a one-click sky replacement.
This section is all about the portrait-centered style of photography. Luminar makes it really easy to edit portrait images using these panels. The AI features alone will drastically enhance your images.
The Professional section of Luminar can look a bit intimidating at first glance but it we will cover all of the sliders and show you how you can get some fantastic results.
This section is all about the other main features Luminar has to offer that might seem insignificant but you will certainly need to know where they are. We will also cover Luminar Looks and where you can find them to help fuel your creativity.
I couldn't find any course on how Luminar worked until I came across this one! If you have some basic knowledge from youtube, this is a detailed guide on all those blank spaces you want to ask somebody how it's done. Can you guys make one on Luminar AI please?