02 Nov Macphun Luminar preview – There’s a new photo editing app in town
Source: Mirror Lessons
After releasing the new version of their popular HDR Software, Macphun unveiled a brand new app for photographers: Luminar. It is an all-in-one photo editing solution that includes RAW format compatibility, a user friendly interface, presets, layers, masks and advanced tools for the most demanding photographers.
I had the chance to test a beta version for the past week. Because the software has not been finalised yet, this article is a comprehensive preview of the features with personal notes about the things that I like and those that might need improving. Once I get my hands on a final copy, I will update this article with more thoughts and considerations.
Macphun’s goal is to design a software that can be appealing to both beginners and expert photographers. Does Luminar succeed? Let’s find out!
Main specs Version tested: 1.0 (2217) Beta Operative system: Max OS X 10.10.5 or newer Processor: Core 2 Duo from late 2009 or newer RAM: Minimum 4 GB Hard drive space: 2 GB Display resolution: 1280 x 800 or higher (Retina displays supported)
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Ethics statement: Macphun kindly provided us with an evaluation copy of Luminar to test prior to the pre-order announcement. This evaluation version is not final and I provide further details in the article. We were not asked to write anything specific about the software in exchange for the opportunity and were not provided any other compensation of any kind to publish this
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