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Skylum as a developer and the individual apps for photo editing have already been a topic here in the blog several times. As of April 4, 2019, the makers of Luminar, Aurora HDR, AirMagic and Co. announce another software: Luminar Flex. Skylum Luminar Flex is a plugin that photographers can incorporate into their workflow with Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, Photoshop Elements and Photos for Mac. So you don't have to familiarize yourself with a new program for professional photo editing, but can enjoy its features in the app you have already used.
The Luminar app from Skylum has won the “Best Imaging Software” award from the TIPA Awards and the “Best Software Plugin” award from the Lucie Technical Awards. The software includes powerful filters and photo editing options that many photographers use on a daily basis as part of their post-processing workflow. If you want to get into this world of post-processing photos, you no longer have to familiarize yourself with completely new software.
"Luminar 3 is leading the way as an all-in-one management and image editing solution for photographers - that's why we want it to be accessible to everyone. For this reason, Luminar is now available in two different versions“Said Alex Tsepko, CEO of Skylum. "With Luminar Flex, photographers can continue to use the master software of their choice and at the same time use the unique editing functions of Luminar such as Accent AI-Filter or the AI Sky Enhancer."
Luminar Flex works in the following host applications:
The application is available from today, April 4, 2019 and costs 59 euros. Further details, application examples and the Luminar Flex download can be found at https://skylum.com/de/luminar-flex.
As already mentioned at the beginning, you can find a few other posts about Skylum offers here in the blog. This of course also includes a post on the pure Luminar app for Apple Mac and Windows PC. I also linked your report on the Loupedeck + console:
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