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Macphun has released a minor update for its photo editing software Luminar.
The new version adds a workspace dedicated to aerial photography with the most common tools you’ll be likely to use like noise reduction, cropping, Polarizing and Gradient filters, Dehaze and Clarity. There is also a new folder with aerial presets. Then there is a new Whites / Blacks Filter that makes setting the white and black points on your image much easier.
The update is available free of charge for existing Luminar users and it can be performed inside the app. If you are interested in buying the software and already own a Macphun product, you get a discount of $10 instead of paying the full price of $69. Go on Macphun’s website to find out more information.