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Jul 09, 2018 04:13 |  #1

Can anyone recommend one of these?




  
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Jul 09, 2018 05:21 |  #2

Though I do not use it much, I personally like Lumenzia.


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Jul 09, 2018 07:01 |  #3

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Jul 09, 2018 16:41 |  #4

I have only (recently) installed Lumenzia and I found the entire end to end process, from purchasing through installation through education, installation and then updates very easy to follow, professional, accurate and competent, the author has done an excellent job.:-)

I have just started to use the Panel in PS CC and it works as expected and is easy to use. The author appears to have created an entire integrated system, supported by excellent tutorials and although I am not on Facebook, I believe he has an active community there too.

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Jul 10, 2018 06:43 |  #5

nardes wrote in post #18659394 (external link)
I have only (recently) installed Lumenzia and I found the entire end to end process, from purchasing through installation through education, installation and then updates very easy to follow, professional, accurate and competent, the author has done an excellent job.:-)

I have just started to use the Panel in PS CC and it works as expected and is easy to use. The author appears to have created an entire integrated system, supported by excellent tutorials and although I am not on Facebook, I believe he has an active community there too.

Cheers

Dennis

That's the key to lumenzia. Although (I think) a paid tutorial course is available, included with lumenzia is all the excellent training courses and videos you will need. With some (most?) other LM panels, comprehensive training is an additional supplemental purchase you must make. With Lumenzia, it's free - and why lumenzia is the best choice.


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Jul 10, 2018 17:22 |  #6

Thanks, everyone. I pulled the trigger on Lumenzia and so far seem a little less intimidating than i had thought it would be but I have not got deep into yet.
Thanks

Now if it would just make my images look like his lol
I have a 6D, so not the newest sensor out and I have seen amazing images that others have made with this camera so that leaves it down to user error.
But how do people get such "smooth" or "clean" looking images??? The gradations in the sky and we'll the whole image. Just smooth and clean.




  
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