Luminar 2018 Q&A and a Bonus Video
There’s been a pretty big response to the coverage of the pre-release of Luminar 2018 from everyone, and I know people may still have questions about it. With that in mind, I’m going to do a Q&A video later this week, where I’ll answer as many questions as I can regarding the upcoming version, and if possible I’ll demonstrate the answers.
Just so you know, I have no details about any future plans of Skylum software, and I don’t now anything about the upcoming asset management side of things. So unfortunately I won’t be able to answer those topics - I wish I could, honestly! So if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments on this post, and I’ll do my best to answer whatever I can on a video later this week.
In the mean time, here’s a bonus video. I originally did this for my Patreon members, but as people seem to be interested in it, and also to give you an idea of the kind of thing that I do on Patreon, here’s one of the Patreon exclusive videos where I look at Luminar:
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