The team at Skylum are working so hard on the next version of their amazing software, Luminar 4. As we’re building for the release they’ve been announcing little teasers and the first one I want to talk about is AI Sky Replacement.Read More
This is something I did last year and really enjoyed it and received a lot of positive feedback so I thought I’d try it again this year.
If you send me your unedited RAW or JPG photos I will use Luminar to edit them for you. These photos can really be of any subject, landscapes, portraits, macro it’s up to you.Read More
I know a lot of people who just really want a quick way to improve their photos. They don’t want to be spending hours on a single edit, using layers and playing with various different sliders. If that sounds like you then this post and video is perfect for you, we’ll be using two sliders and that’s it.Read More
Have you ever got home and edited a photo only to notice a dust spot or watermark? Add to that a random bird in the sky or something similar.
We’ve all been there and especially if like me your camera sensor is dirty and you’ve never got round to cleaning it.Read More
This video is part of a new series that I’ll be putting together. I’ll be showing you lots of quick tips that you might not have known that Skylum Luminar can do.
To start things off this is all about their libraries and albums. People may think that this is a feature only found in Lightroom but it is also part of Luminar. A place where you can organise all of your photos.Read More
Eyes are very often the most striking feature in any portrait and are practically mesmerising in some of them. If you’ve ever wondered what a portrait would look like if the eyes were just a slightly different shade or even a radically different colour – why not change it?Read More
The ability to use filters is a real skill and not something that you can pick up quickly…but using them especially a 10 stop filter can massively change your photography and open up a whole new World of creative.Read More
Being a snap happy individual, there’s no doubt that you have your trusty DSLR on your back wherever you go. You might even pack a spare lens or two, some filters, your tripod and a backup battery in your Lowepro backpack. Any opportunity that arises for a great shot or two and you're there. Whether street photography, landscape shots or portraiture is your thing, you can always try your hand at something new.Read More
This is a very quick tip which can easily transform your photo from meh to awesome. This tutorial uses the Radial Blur filter which is a really underused tool.
Here is the photo I started with.Read More