Adjustment Layers are a powerful way to “build up” your images. They allow you to add filters–or stack several filters together–to apply corrections or enhancements to give you the freedom to experiment until you achieve exactly the look you’d like for your image. Presented by Pro Photographer Robert Vanelli.
Controlling the Light
Jim Nix will demonstrate how to apply the Dodge & Burn filter in different sections of the photo, and at different strengths. This will help to direct the viewer’s attention to the subject. He will also add additional filters to further enhance the final look.
Rotate, Tilt, and Bend Your Photos into Perfect Shape
Learn how you can fix distorted photos by using the Lens and Transform tools in the RAW Develop and Develop filter with Jim Nix.
Luminar Quick Tips | Removing Objects With “Clone & Stamp” and “Erase” Tools
Abba Shapiro, Pro Photographer and Co-Director of Skylum Education shows you when to use the "Clone & Stamp" tool vs. when to use the "Erase" tool to remove unwanted objects in your images with Luminar.
Luminar Quick Tips | Discovering Lost Details in Your Images with Luminar 3
Abba Shapiro, Pro Photographer and Co-Director of Skylum Education steps through what you need to know in order to pull out the details in an image by recovering the highlights and opening up the shadows with Luminar.
Fixing Color Balance Issues in Luminar
This video is an Introduction to what is Color Cast is and why it happens. Pro Photographer and Educator, Abba Shapiro takes 3 different images and demonstrates how to correct Color Balance for different situations using Luminar.
Mastering Exposure and Digital Relighting in Luminar 2018
Luminar is an excellent tool for editing portraits as it can do anything from basic adjustments to more dramatic effects. This can be especially helpful in dealing with images that look rather flat. With just a few simple filters, you can take a mediocre image and make it really great. Portrait Photographer, Laura Tillinghast will show you how.
White Balance - Technical vs. Creative
White Balance is the key to getting accurate color in your digital photographs. The white balance setting in your camera tells the camera how to interpret the color of light. If you’ve ever ended up with an unsightly yellow, blue, magenta, or green color cast to your photos, the white balance setting was probably askew. Angela Andrieux will show you how to fix this both technically and creatively.
Fixing Exposure Problems In A RAW File With Luminar
Fixing images that are underexposed (too dark) or overexposed (too light) can be a real challenge. In this video, Laurie Rubin will be looking at two different images with two different exposure issues and how to fix them using Luminar's RAW Develop filter.
How to Convert Lightroom Presets to LUTs
Learn how to convert your Lightroom Presets into Luminar 2018.
Unlimited Undos with the History Panel
Photographer and Educator, Nicole Young, demonstrates what the History Panel is, examples of why you might want to use this feature and how to save a file with the History included.