Make every photo pop with a powerful AI powered Mac app [Deals]

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Luminar 4 Bundle
This intuitive photo editing app turns your shots into polished images, complete with AI augmented presets, tutorial and eBook guide.
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It’s easier than ever to take photos, but making them look their best still takes skill. That is, unless you’ve got a powerful, intuitive photo editing app like Luminar. It’s packed with powerful photo editing tools, but this bundle includes tons of extras so you can get the absolute most from it.

Get the most from every photo with this powerful, intuitive Mac app [Deals]

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Luminar 4 Bundle
This smart photo-editing software turns your shots into otherworldly images.
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Making photos look their best takes more than just an Instagram filter. However, you don’t need to master a complex program like Photoshop — or spend a ton of money — to make your images shine.

The powerful tools and resources in this software bundle are extremely easy to use, so anybody can start tweaking their photos immediately. The bundle is also affordable — but this is your last chance to save 75% off the usual price.

Effortlessly enhance your photos with intuitive tools [Deals]

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The Smartest, Easiest Photo Editing Software to Turn Shots Into Out of This World Images, Complete with AI Augmented Presets, Tutorial & eBook Guide
The smartest, easiest photo editing software to make your shots shine, complete with AI augmented presets, tutorials, and eBook guide.
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No matter how good your camera is, the photos you get are only as good as what’s on the other side of the lens. Photoshop can work wonders of course, but it’s expensive, and for most people, too complicated to be worth the monthly payments. Not so with this powerful but intuitive photo editing bundle.

Get a one-two punch of premium photo editing software and education [Deals]

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Luminar 3
With this deal, you get a premium photo editing app backed by AI, and an education in how to use it.
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Working with photos today means knowing how to use photo editing software. But that takes two things: the software, and the knowledge. So we’ve gone ahead and put them both together for you, with the powerhouse app Luminar 3, and a comprehensive course on how to use it.

Top Mac software maker embraces Windows, changes name

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Skylum Software takes the Macphun out of its name.
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Apple-centric software company Macphun had reached more than 20 million downloads of its imaging apps and grew so much, it recently began offering its products to Windows users.

So a name change was inevitable.

The once Mac-centric company is planning a switch to SKYLUM Software by early 2018. The new moniker comes as the 7-year-old company makes a push to be a complete alternative to the software that’s on the computer of most photographers, Adobe.

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Macphun adds AI power to photo editing app

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Macphun adds artificial intelligence to Luminar with its Neptune update.
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When Macphun entered the imaging software game, it wanted to make products as powerful as Photoshop, Aperture or Lightroom yet with fewer clicks to well-styled photos.

Today, Macphun released an update to its all-in-one editing app Luminar that can make a photo beautiful in still fewer steps.

How does one sound?

Macphun to offer software for Windows-based photogs

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Macphun brings its imaging software to Windows.
Macphun brings its imaging software to Windows.
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The imaging software company Macphun is about to make its products fun for photographers who use Windows.

The award-winning and, until now, Mac-centric company announced today it will launch a public beta version of its all-in-one photo editing software Luminar for Windows this July.

Macphun tools will make photos look like tintype relics

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I keep telling myself I’m going to buy an old wooden camera with a brass barrel lens and take one of those workshops where I learn some 19th-century photographic process. But I know myself. The steps are exacting and tedious, the chemistry complicated and my patience and attention for such details could fit in a pixel.

So when imaging software company Macphun developed a beautiful set of one-click presets that emulate tintypes and other old photo finishes, I felt like I found a process I could master.