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Adobe seems to have dropped the ball a little in 2017. Dropping the ability to purchase Lightroom as an independent program is perhaps one of their bigger faux-pas for many photographers. Fortunately other developers have seized the moment, attempting to break into the stranglehold that Adobe has on higher end image editing. On such company is Macphun who have recently released their advanced image editing software, Luminar 2018 on both MacOS and Windows. Today we are going to look at getting started with Luminar by using preset filters and adding filters to them.
Working With Presets in Luminar
When you first open Luminar, you are presented with a splash screen that allows you to open a single image or to batch process a selection of images. Choose single image and open the image of your choice.
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