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Luminar Windows version Tutorials ?

 
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Feb 15, 2018 08:48 |  #1

I got Luminar awhile ago. there seems to be lots of Tutorials for MAC versions, but hardly any at all for Windows versions. there similar, but who would you say has the best Tutorials for learning Luminar ?


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Feb 15, 2018 11:09 |  #2

Jim Nix has a 12 part series on learning Luminar 2018 - available on YouTube. He is of course using the MAC version, and despite claims by him and Skylum to the contrary there remains a lot of disparity between the MAC and PC versions. The PC version is still not yet ready for prime time IMHO.


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Feb 15, 2018 11:34 |  #3

Basically I just want to know how you blend different filters. I tried a few times and wasn't too successful trying to brush in one filter into another. I did see those ones from Jim Nix and the first one looked very good, but the screen did look somewhat different from mine in Windows.


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Feb 16, 2018 08:12 |  #4

Pete328 wrote in post #18564414 (external link)
...despite claims by him and Skylum to the contrary there remains a lot of disparity between the MAC and PC versions. The PC version is still not yet ready for prime time IMHO.

Amen to that. The PC version never was, and even with the latest update, is not ready for prime time.

The best thing people can do to expedite fixes is to email technical support. Posting in this or the Skylum forum is useless and easily ignored. But the same questions and complaints voiced by many people to their technical staff will hopefully cause them to fix / update the PC version.


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