Sky-based composite photography opportunities with Luminar 4.2.
Skylum recently announced the latest update for its flagship product, Luminar and we had the honor to have a closer look at the pre-release. Version 4.2 is now available as a free update for all Luminar 4 users. It contains important enhancements across the application, plus the brand-new “AI Augmented Sky” feature that helps photographers and digital artists to create eye-catching effects in no time.
You can learn more below or click on the following link to download the latest version of this award-winning image editing software.
With new features such as the new AI Augmented Sky tool, the award-winning photo editing software expands into a creative powerhouse, allowing both photographers and digital artists to express themselves through new ways of editing images. The revolutionary feature enables you to place different objects directly in the sky. Creatives can choose objects from the Luminar database or use their own. This way, you can either create a realistic landscape or transform it into a surreal artwork. Even images with detailed backgrounds like trees or buildings are suitable without masking or layering. The AI Augmented Sky tool automatically detects a photo’s sky and adds the chosen object to the area. It’s fun to see how the objects seamlessly fit into the photograph. Foreground objects are taken into account automatically by content-aware technologies, making them blend naturally with the sky. Learn more about other features below or click on the following link to try the software on your own.
Luminar 4.2 also comes with new updates to the popular portrait tools. The software can now help you restore skin in overly shiny areas as well as more effectively slim faces. Equipped with a new architecture of the Face Features Detection Neural Network, Luminar 4.2 provides even better automation when it comes to enhancing portraits. The technology detects different faces in all sorts of positions. It can detect people of any hue of skin or age as well as spotting all the faces in a group photo.
These are just a few enhancements of version 4.2. To learn more about all new features, just follow the link below.
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