Video: AirMagic Review
A little while ago Skylum launched a new piece of software for drone photography called “AirMagic”. Initially, it wasn’t something that I was too interested in, as I don’t have a drone, but then it occurred to me that I do have quite a few images taken from either high buildings or out of a plane window. They had sent me a review copy, so I decided to give it a try and see what it could do.
There is one important caveat. One of the features of the software is that it is optimised to correct for lenses of various drone cameras, and as I was using a normal camera, this feature wasn’t really tested, but other than that I think the results would be similar to using a drone. In the video I also compare it to Photo Lemur and also Luminar.
If you’re interested in AirMagic [it’s available from Skylum](https://macphun.evyy.net/c/335652/581082/3255) and you can use my affiliate code **TFP10 ** to get 20% off. I believe that there is a trial version available too.
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