Dadtography’s comparison of Luminar vs Lightroom. A photo editor software review of both products specifically for amateur, non-professional photographers.
Photography for Parents
Skylum’s Luminar 3 with libraries is almost here! Here is our pre-release Luminar 3 review and overview of this major new upgrade. Libraries adds new DAM (digital asset management) functionality for new and existing Luminar 2018 users.
Editing travel and vacation photos is a very personal thing we do. Not only does it help us to re-live the memories of our travels, but the edits we apply speak to our creative preferences. Here’s a walk-through of my edits to two of my favorite travel photos in Luminar 2018.
Here’s our full and honest review of Photolemur 3. Photolemur 3 is drag-and-drop simple to use and it results in great looking edited photos with next to no effort. What Photolemur 3 is not is a full-featured photo editor. That’s not what this app is trying to be at all. Simplicity, ease of use and speed appear to be the primary focal points.
I’ve used both Aurora HDR and Adobe Lightroom. Here are the major differences between these two photo editing software tools from a non-pro perspective.
Aurora HDR 2018 review – we explain HDR photography, cover what’s new in Aurora 2018, key features, Windows compatibility, ease of use and a quick video.