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This set of filters is designed to solve image problems. They are useful to enhance detail, sharpen an image or remove glare and unwanted color. These filters can be useful to compensate for camera issues or challenges in the shooting environment.
Adjusts the overall image clarity. By increasing the value of the slider, the number of visible details increases. If values are much larger, halos may appear on the contrast edges of the image. A best practice is to be careful when raising the value of the slider above 50.
This filter provides a proprietary blend of contrast, clarity and color adjustments to help eliminate the effects of fog and haze often found in cityscapes, landscapes, and aerial photos. It's especially helpful when editing photos shot through glass or if there is a lot of mist or fog in the scene.
Upon close inspection, you may notice unwanted and distracting noise or grain in your digital image. This is typically caused by shooting photos with a high ISO setting on a digital camera, but it can also be caused by underexposure or a long shutter speed. A lower-quality consumer camera is also more likely to exhibit noise problems. Fortunately, Luminar offers an easy filter to reduce or remove noise.
The Details Enhancer filter helps you create dramatic photos and brings crystal-clear sharpness to your images. With the proper detail enhancement, you can make your photos look great and sharp with no halos or extra artifacts.
Enhances the colors of foliage and greenery automatically, making them more vivid and natural. A good choice for nature and lush landscape images.
On a camera, a polarizing filter can provide more color depth and cuts atmospheric haze, resulting in richer, bluer skies. The same holds true with the Polarizing Filter in Luminar. The effect will produce deeper blue skies and more contrast in clouds. With a light touch of this filter, almost any landscape image can be improved.
It is not recommended to use this tool on night photos or images with no sky in them. Most times, keeping the effect intensity under +50 will yield the best results.
Automatically removes undesirable color casts in your images by detecting and adjusting the hue. You can also make manual adjustments to fine-tune the result.
The Sharpening Filter helps focus soft edges in a photo to increase clarity or focus. Use this tool to significantly improve image quality. Keep in mind that too much sharpening can give your photo a grainy look. Please note: on most screens sharpening results can be seen at 100% or more Zoom.