Video: The best way to use Luminar Flex with Lightroom
I wrote a post a while ago about what I felt was the best way to use Luminar Flex with Lightroom. In that post I explained that I use a bit of a roundabout method, by sending the image to Photoshop first. By doing this and using smart objects, you can keep your edits non destructive, so that you can go back and change your image without having to start over. Here is a video version of this tutorial.
Note that while this should work in theory with any plug-in that works with Photoshop and Lightroom, only a few actually support Photoshop’s smart objects. If they don’t, they may still apply as a smart filter, but if you go to re-edit they will reset to their default values.
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