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Luminar AI, the AI-based app for photo editing from Skylum, gets the third major update today and with it several new features. In addition, the software for smart photo enhancement is now also optimized for Mac models with an M1 chip. Whoever Luminar AI (LuminarAI in its own spelling) can download, install and use the update free of charge. Below you will find more details about the update and how the app makes it even better on macOS and Windows.
It wasn't until mid-March the second update for Luminar AI. There were already some improvements for both portraits and landscape photos. With the third update, things will go a step further. Among other things, you can look forward to these additions from today:
"For Skylum, the topics of innovation and continuous improvement of existing products have always been central points. Our primary goal is to improve the quality and speed of Luminar. But we also want to inspire our users with LuminarAI to live out their creativity. The feedback from our community is very important to us in order to make photo editing as creative and as easy as possible without relinquishing control over the image result. With Update 3 we have taken another step in this direction“Says Ivan Kutanin, CEO of Skylum Software.
If you bought the app in the Mac App Store, you can download and install the new update right there. Otherwise you just open the app, click in the menu bar LuminarAI and then on Looking for updates. If you use Luminar AI not under macOS, but on the PC under Windows, click on in the top menu bar LuminarAI, then up Help and then on Looking for updates. The update should work in these three ways, regardless of the operating system and the source of supply. Do you have any questions or are you unclear about the use of an app function, then it's definitely worth taking a look official online manual.
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