In the fall I bought Luminar 4 before its release, it was on a $79 special, and promptly forgot about it until yesterday when I did the download.
I wanted an alternative to Adobe products and the features in the new Luminar 4 are unique that in Adobe PS/ LR would take a lot of time doing selection, masking and layers, time I don't always have.
I found the portrait options interesting, but I personally prefer an image of an individual in their natural state.
The one feature that really interested me was the 'sky replacement', while traveling it's not always an option to sit and wait for the right sky, in the right location, with the sun in the perfect position, this is where I figured Luminar 4 would come in on occasion to 'help'.
If you're not familiar, this -
As I only downloaded it yesterday I was wondering if any others have used it, experiences, quick tips or good tutorials to be able to get the most out of the program, rather than fumbling around?
It appears Luminar themselves have a good array of tutorials here but are there others than can put it across in a different style. The none-company people always seemed to find cool features that the company for whatever reason fail to mention