Skylum AirMagic - App for enhancing drone photos can be pre-ordered

The new Skylum software AirMagic can be pre-ordered now. The app for photo editing has been specially developed for drone recordings. Because the photos from the air bring their very own problems and flaws with them. So if you don't want to laboriously repair these in Photoshop, Affinity Photo and Co., you can soon use Skylum AirMagic. Information on the range of functions, pre-order deals and bonuses for pre-orderers can be found in the following paragraphs.

TL; DR: Click here for the offer

Skylum AirMagic is a new app for automatic enhancement of drone photos. Camera curvatures from DJI, Yuneec and Parrot are also compensated for in the photos of the drones. With a pre-order deal, you get a package worth 39 euros for only 184 euros.

Skylum AirMagic is a new app for automatic enhancement of drone photos. Camera curvatures from DJI, Yuneec and Parrot are also compensated for in the photos of the drones. With a pre-order deal, you get a package worth 39 euros for only 184 euros.

Skylum AirMagic - pre-order deal until March 20, 2019

The pre-order phase for the new image processing software for drone photographers will run until the 20th of this month. The deal brings you not only the AirMagic app for 39 euros, but also a guide eBook for drone photography, a video tutorial on photography with each drone, an AirMagic Premium Style and a 40 dollar discount for the Lume Cube Lighting Kit . 

In total, you get a package worth 184 euros and save a whole 145 euros. The great thing for your existing workflow: Skylum AirMagic can not only be used as a stand-alone solution, but also as a plug-in for Apple Photos as well as Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. I think that's very practical!

Content and functions of the drone photo app

With the AirMagic app from Skylum you can improve and beautify photos that you have taken with the drone. In detail, this means that you can remove haze, details become visible again and colors appear stronger and with higher contrast. So the problem with washed out colors is over. 

In addition, the software offers an automatic lens correction by reading the drone and camera type of your device from the meta-data of the images and compensating for corresponding curvatures, color distortions, etc. Drones from DJI, Parrot and Yuneec are supported. You can use batch editing to enhance multiple photos at the same time. A filter selection lets you create scenic images.

You can test the effect of the image enhancement and study further information on the scope of the product with this link on the offer page. There you will find various drone recordings on which you can switch between the before and after view by means of a sliding bar. This gives you the opportunity to use practical examples to familiarize yourself with the functions “remove haze”, “optimize sky”, “reveal details” and “increase colors”. A countdown also shows how long the pre-order deal is still available.

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AirMagic Dual Device License and Money Back Guarantee

Skylum AirMagic can be purchased for 39 euros as a double license for installation and use on two different computers. The good thing about it: the license key is valid for both Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS. So you can use AirMagic as an app or plug-in on both your PC and Mac, whatever suits you - at home, on the go and / or in the office. There is also a 30-day money-back guarantee in case you don't like the program's functions. Further information is available on the linked campaign page;)

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2 comments

  1. Beatrice Willius says:

    The video is nice. But the result looks to me as if you simply passed a few standard filters a la Luminar over it.

    At Luminar I'm still waiting for a version that can be saved again. The 2018 version works fine. In version 3 you did something very Apple-like: you can filter but not save. Not even exported. The support then babbled something about antivirus software.

    • sir appleot says:

      I haven't tried Luminar yet, but it works in a similar way to Photolemur, except that it focuses on ironing out mistakes. I have to try again to see if you can see a difference! The idea behind Photolemur and AirMagic is that you can optimize many images with one click. I don't know if that works with Luminar. And yes: Saving should work. Otherwise that would be kind of stupid. In my test version it works without any problems. : D

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