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Quick Tip: Cycle through a layer’s blend mode to seamlessly blend two images together
Replacing a background of an image can be a challenge. The trick is to find the right background that has...
Changing a Background with an Image Overlay in Luminar 2018
Replacing a background of an image can be a challenge. The trick is to find the right background that has...
How to Make Your Photos Look Great with Curves Layers in Luminar
Curves layers are one of the most misunderstood, yet more powerful adjustments you can make. Our images are all made...
HDR 101: How To Keep Important Details in HDR’s
Shooting a set of pictures with bracketed exposures and combining them in HDR software is the best way to record...

How to Make Your Photos Look Great with Curves Layers in Luminar

Curves layers are one of the most misunderstood, yet more powerful adjustments you can make. Our images are all made up of pixels, which each have values for color and luminosity. With Curves adjustments, we can remap the pixels’ values for these, changing them to be brighter or darker, or changing their color.  In Skylum Software’s Luminar you can add multiple curves filters, and make each layer target very specific parts of your image.  This will give your images more depth, dimension, and beautiful color.

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