Luminar 4 replaces ordinary blue skies with ones that are spectacular, and it does it really well. The program has built-in skies you can choose from, but it’s best to use your own (for obvious reasons).
I was driving around this morning when I noticed two ospreys in a nesting box in the middle of a field next to the road. I guess it’s that time of year. That nest was faaaaaaaar away, but I had the Sony 70-350mm lens on the camera, so I pulled over and took a few shots. I got lucky! One of them spread its wings while I was shooting.
I liked it, but I started thinking about all the textures I’ve bought over the years and wondering if the program would replace the sky with one of those as easily.
There is SO much photographers can do in Luminar, I hope you check it out if you’re interested in that kind of thing. Look up tutorials by Jim Nix and Dave Kelly on YouTube. You’ll learn everything you need to know. It’s an amazing program; you can do a little or you can do a lot, and your photo will look better.
See you next time.