Skylum released Luminar Neo version 1.15.0 with GenErase AI feature

The previously reported Skylum Luminar Neo version 1.15.0 is now available with the new GenErase AI feature. The latest version also supports several new cameras: Canon EOS R100, Fujifilm GFX 100 II, Panasonic Lumix DC-G9 II, Sony A6700, Sony A7CR, and Sony A7C II. Here are a few tips for how you can get the most out of the new GenErase feature (Generative AI) feature:

  • Select and erase just one object at a time.
  • Remove the shadows, too, otherwise GenErase will try to fill the photo with something that casts a similar one!
  • Best to leave large objects that form the basis of your photo’s composition. But if you still need to remove a large object, you can do it by gradually removing its parts.
  • It’s best not to erase the objects that are part of a noticeable pattern (i.e. a row of trees, a line of people, dense buildings, etc.), as GenErase will try to match the pattern in the generated visuals.
  • If you’re not happy with the first result, just try again by pressing “Erase” or change the selection until it looks just as you imagine it should.

"GenErase is now available in Luminar Neo! Our next-generation Erase tool allows you to not only remove unwanted distractions from your images, but also replace those areas using content-aware tools, providing a focused and distraction-free composition. GenErase preserves the integrity of your photos by intelligently filling in the gaps with textures and other elements to match the surrounding area. Seamlessly erase random people or animals, trash, street signs, vehicles, graffiti, construction elements and other secondary objects, ensuring that nothing distracts from the beauty of your composition."

Major Skylum Luminar Neo coming with many new AI-powered tools

Major Skylum Luminar Neo coming with many new AI-powered tools

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