Editing Sony A7II RAW files in Luminar
I’ve covered working with Fuji RAW files in Luminar before here on the blog, but I haven’t talked too much about using it with RAW files from other cameras. I had been going through some old images for another project, and I came across some images that I had taken with the Sony A7II which I had borrowed from a friend at the time. So, I tried some of the images in Luminar, and I was pleasantly surprised.
To give you an idea of the process, I made a little video of editing a RAW file in Luminar from start to finish. The conversion is clean and sharp. While images are a little flat, there is an easy way to fix that by using a LUT file, which I discussed in the video. You can download the LUT that I used here.
Here’s the original image, and the finished version.
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