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    Re: Skylum Luminar

    I played with it for a week, impressive number of presets (actually too many choices) but I still prefer rolling my own with DXO.

    It is the slowest software I've ever used to render an .NEF from my D7100.


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    Last edited by Texas; 02-08-2018 at 07:49 PM.
    D7100, D90, D100, Nikon 1 J5 and way too many lenses that come and go on the forbuy/sale forums.



  2. #12
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    Re: Skylum Luminar

    Well sorry guys

    This is not a spam post at all I was just starting to get fed up paying Adobe and this Luminar seem to be doing very well indeed.. Yes I agree none of those images are complete I was just showing how the compare on Auto.. And I have found that auto which is the 3rd image to run by Luminar has made it a much better starting point than any others.. The end results we get through this software is just great.. Once they bring out the DAM I reckon it going to kill some of the software out there

  3. #13
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    Re: Skylum Luminar

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas View Post
    I played with it for a week, impressive number of presets (actually too many choices) but I still prefer rolling my own with DXO.

    It is the slowest software I've ever used to render an .NEF from my D7100.
    Ive also been trying DXO just can't seem to get grip of it..





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