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Luminar AI: Face AI

Skylum are currently (as at 11/11/20) offering Luminar AI for pre-orders, as an affiliate I have been lucky enough to get a BETA copy of the software which provides me with a unique opportunity to try out some of the interesting new features and see how they perform on images I have selected rather than specific marketing information. In this post I wanted to show an example of Iris AI which is part of Face AI, I do need to […]

Luminar AI; Atmosphere AI Examples

As an affiliate of the Skylum, I have been given early access to the BETA of the Luminar AI package which is due to be released sometime this holiday season. This has allowed me to have a look at some of the new features and see how they function given my own images rather than specific marketing images which have been pre-selected by the Skylum team. I do have to note though that as the software is BETA, the interface […]

HDR to enhance not overdo Landscapes

High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging is a technique that is used in photography to try and reproduce a greater range of luminosity than would typically be possible in standard imaging. Often when images are captured, they are exposed for a part of the image (e.g. the highlights) which means that it can be harder to see and get detail from the shadows (or vice versa). Whilst figures vary, it is estimated that the human eye has a dynamic range of […]