In this article, I'm going to show you how Luminar's AI Sky Enhancer works with some examples. This amazing tool works with just one slider. What is AI Sky Enhancer? The new AI Sky Enhancer is a filter using Luminar's AI technology that will make your skies look better with one slider. The good news is that it does this, in most cases, without adding artifacts or making the sky look artificial or weird. It does an amazing job at doing this, even when you have things like buildings, bridges and foliage with the sky behind them in your … [Read more...] about Repairing skies with AI Sky Enhancer in Luminar 3
Editor’s Note: Perfectly Clear is offering Photofocus readers a special $99 bundle, including Perfectly Clear Complete and SharkPixel presets. A $163 value! In this video article, I'm going to show you how I use Perfectly Clear to enhance my DJI drone DNG RAW Photographs. Since Perfectly Clear doesn't yet directly support DJI DNG RAW files, you can import them into Lightroom, Capture One Pro or Photoshop and then open Perfectly Clear from there. See the links below for the best way to import them and then open Perfectly Clear. Using … [Read more...] about Using Perfectly Clear to enhance aerial images
You need great light to direct attention to your subjects and help your photos appear natural. If you want to make great light with flashes, you need gels. Gels simply color your flash's light which allows you to match the flash color to the light in a room. When the light from the flash doesn't match the ambient light, it stands out and looks like it was flashed. You'll make more natural-looking photos if you use gels. I recently made a photo for a pro bono ad in a local magazine. This fellow has started a food bank in town, and the local … [Read more...] about Want Natural-Looking Light? Use Gels.
Over the last few months I’ve had a series on conversations that have made me think that perhaps one of my next tutorials should be on how to watch a tutorial – or perhaps how to take best advantage of a tutorial. For example, in a past seminar I showed a technique to make a movie poster. Realistically, not many people in the audience will ever have the need to make a movie poster. But I bet they'll need to extract someone from a background, experiment with filter effects, blend someone into a new background, tweak the lighting to match, … [Read more...] about Rethinking how to learn