Luminar 2018 Now Shipping
You’ve probably seen this already, if you follow pretty much any photography blog out there, but Luminar 2018 is now shipping. There seems to have been a lot of interest in it, and I’m thinking about doing a guide to help users get the best from it. I may also do some presets at some point.
If you hadn’t pre-ordered it, the preorder bonuses have have ended but I now have a code you can use to get $10 off. Just use the code..
…at the checkout, and you should get a discount. It will also work for Aurora 2018 as well. If you want to learn more, Ive set up a playlist on my YouTube channel, and I’ll be adding more videos shortly. See here for more details. There’s been a good few software releases recently, and I’ve been trying to catch up with everything, so I’ll be doing my best to report on some of the other things going on too. (It’s been busy) There are still a few more big releases due before the end of the year too.
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