Photography is a practical skill that can be applied in nearly every industry, but there's more to photography than getting the perfect shot. If you want your photos to look as good as possible, you'll need to edit them to a certain degree. There are dozens of photo editors that offer advanced sliders and tools, but mastering them can take years. If you need an all-in-one photo editor that simplifies your editing process, look no further than Luminar 3 for $49.
The Award-Winning Luminar 3 Software Bundle features Luminar 3, a powerful photo editing program that uses AI to streamline your editing workflow. Its Accent AI 2.0 slider will automatically apply edits to color, details, tone, and depth to enhance bland photos. Luminar 3 can also automatically detect and enhance the sky and foliage in your photos to create vibrant, photorealistic results that would otherwise take hours to achieve in a normal photo editor. Finally, Luminar 3 offers a library of over 70 different looks and 50 filters for additional creative control over your photos.
This bundle also includes Deep Dive to Luminar 3 by Richard Harrington. This guide will give you a detailed look into how to use Luminar 3 to develop your photos with filters and looks. You'll even learn how to get rid of blemishes so that you can deliver the most attractive portraits possible.
Photo editing doesn't need to be slow and tedious. Luminar 3 uses AI to handle the heavy lifting for you for $49, or 47% off.
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