Luminar with Libraries Lets You Sync and Batch Edit Multiple Images

October 17

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Luminar with Libraries will let you synchronize your edits as well as batch edit your images.

Luminar with Libraries is scheduled for release in December 2018. Keep an eye out for more updates in the next few weeks.

So we've talked about how Luminar with Libraries automatically organizes your images by date, and we've shown you show just how fast it loads and makes those photos available practically instantaneously. Well, friends, we're happy to tell you that those are just the beginning.

Luminar with Libraries are chockfull of features, and we're going to show you a nifty one today. Because Luminar with Libraries isn't just for organizing your photos; it's also for making your photo editing needs breezier than ever before.

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Synchronized and Batch Edits

Finally, due to popular demand, Luminar with Libraries will let you synchronize your edits to multiple images. That means that you can finally batch edit your photos. It's a huge time saver, and true to Skylum tradition, very easy to use as well. All you need to do is edit one image then apply those edits to your other images!

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Endless Editing Possibilities

With Luminar with Libraries, you can apply the same edits to a ton of very similar photos all at once—you know, those ones you took on burst mode. You can make adjustments to your favorite Luminar preset then use them on several other images without having to do it one photo at a time. You can even use it alongside our new AI Sky Enhancer, slated for released in a couple of weeks, to magically make the sky in a number of photos richer and more pleasing in only two steps.

Not only will this feature be a massive time saver, but it will also give your images a more consistent look, which is especially helpful when you're trying to establish your brand.

Don't believe us? Watch the video below!


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Luminar with Libraries is scheduled for release in December 2018. Keep an eye out for more updates in the next few weeks.

Written by

Michelle Rae Uy

Global Content Manager, Skylum Software

Michelle Rae Uy is an editor, writer, traveler and photographer based in Los Angeles. She's responsible to bring you fresh engaging content on behalf of Skylum, and keep the multi-million Skylum user community happy.

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