Are you struggling to get the right tones for
your photos? Even the pros struggle to get lighting correct! Make your photo
too dark and your objects will simply blend into the background. Make your
photo too light and it will look washed out. As light has such a significant
effect on your photos, a feature that can help you with lighting correction is
How Luminar makes light work of light issues
Brings out the right tones with Natural Light Correction
To best represent the time of day, you need to
add just the appropriate amount of warm or cool tones to your images. Luminar
actually takes into account the time of day and then adjusts the contrast, tone
and exposure to accentuate the natural lighting.
Take photos anytime of the day
Luminar has been created to take the guesswork
out of creating flawless results. If you have missed that golden hour at
sunrise or sunset, you can still create a memorable photo. This means that you
can literally take photos morning, noon and night!
An array of tools at your
It offers a huge selection of standard
controls and advanced settings that include Shadows, Highlights, Smart
Contrast, Temperature and White Balance. The easy-to-use sliders make adjusting
the tone and color straightforward.
What tools does Luminar offer?
Temperature and Tint
You can choose to add more yellow or cyan to
an image to make the photo cooler or warmer.
If you need to get rid of unwanted tints of a specific color, simply
adjust how much magenta or green is added to a photo.
Reduces or increases the exposure value to
make a photo darker or brighter with the help of an easy-to-use slider.
This is by far one of the most powerful tools
for fine-tuning tones, adding contrast and shifting colors. While its interface
is slightly more intricate, it offers a lot more options allowing you to
exercise pinpoint control and achieve the best results manually. You can add as
many as 10 control points.
Highlights and Shadows
Use the slider to make adjustments to how
bright the darkest areas of your photo are. By increasing the brightness, extra
details will come to the fore. You can also choose to make the darkest areas of
your image darker to increase the number of shadow areas. Alternatively, if you
want to increase or decrease the brightness of the brightest areas of your
photo, simply slide the Highlights slider either to the right or left respectively.