Best Filters for Photo editing in luminar 3
The top filters you should know to get the most out of your photos in Luminar 3
1 RAW Develop
Yes I'm kicking the list off with the good old staple of any RAW photo processor, the RAW develop module (or "filter" as it is known in Luminar). In terms of sheer processing power and flexibility, you just cant beat it.
I just can't get enough of those wonderful LUTs! But what is a LUT and why is it such a great tool? A LUT is simply a "Look Up Table" that the software uses to remap colours from the original image to that of a new colour scheme. It's a fantastic way to add an instant look and feel to your photo without having to do too much. It is a colour grading tool that adds a stylistic look and feel to your images in a simple and flexible way. And what's even better about using LUTs in Luminar is that you can stack one LUT on top of another to get a look that is unique to you and your work! You can even finesse things further by changing the amount with which it's applied.
Accent A.I 2.0
This little gem is unique to Luminar and an absolute godsend for less experienced photo editoras wanting quick results that still look great. The A.I. analyses your photos using a an advanced egghead algorithm and makes adjustments according to what it deems appropriate. While it does have the ability to overcook things on occasion, for the most part it gives pretty solid results in an instant, that you can always dial back if you feel it's too much.
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