If you missed my webinar on editing portraits in Luminar 4 today, the replay is now available. I walked through a portrait edit from start to finish, demonstrated how Luminar’s portrait tools work with multiple people in the frame, created a quick high key look, and showed a glimpse of batch processing that can save you a lot of time processing many images from a photo shoot. The folks who watched live brought a lot of great questions, too!
If you haven’t yet, watch the other webinars I’ve done for my book The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar 4: Black and White Images in Luminar 4, Using Masks and Layers in Luminar 4, and the overview, Luminar 4 with Jeff Carlson.
And, of course, if you haven’t yet bought your copy of the book, you can order it from this page—if you buy directly from Rocky Nook, use the code CARLSON40 to get 40% off the print book, ebook, or a bundle of the two!
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What a Godsend! I’ve been pulling my hair out trying to figure out masks in Luminar. Thank you Jeff for the clear explanation in the video! I just ordered your book to learn even more about Luminar.
Glad it helped!