Luminar for iPad and Vision Pro released

Skylum released Luminar for iPad - you can get it on this page. Luminar for iPad comes equipped with a comprehensive array of tools designed to meet the needs of photographers at every skill level. Key functionality includes:

  • Develop Tool: Basic adjustments for color correction, including exposure, black & white, temperature, tint, smart contrast, highlights, shadows, whites, blacks, saturation, vibrance, and vignette.
  • Key Tools: Details, Curves, Crop, Erase, Landscape (including Dehaze), and Monochrome (Black & White).
  • AI-Powered Tools: Enhance AI, Sky AI, Structure AI, and Relight AI.
  • Three Modes: Users can easily switch between Development, Filters, and Sky modes, depending on their editing preferences and the desired outcome.
  • Filter collection: Our extensive range of filters not only offers robust color correction but also pays homage to the nostalgia of film cameras, loved by many in the photography world. 
  • Apple Pencil Support: Integration with Apple Pencil for precision editing and enhanced adjustment control.

What is Luminar for iPad?

  • The Luminar app for iPad has an intuitive and responsive interface that provides unparalleled clarity and convenience for editing photos on the go.
  • Quickly edit photos from your iPhone on the iPad while traveling the world or out on an excursion away from your computer.
  • Luminar for the iPad lets you edit photos — giving them a professional touch — from your phone on a larger screen, from anywhere in the world.
  • Luminar gives you powerful AI-assisted photo editing and boundless creative control that integrates with all of your Apple devices.
  • Fun, innovative design: large interactive sliders and round buttons that spin. Feels responsive and different from other mobile photo editors.
  • Entertaining sound effects for a more experiential editing: the app makes sounds when using various tools. (For example: when you are searching in LUTs for the perfect film camera preset you will hear the sound of a film camera.)
  • Works with Apple Pencil for precision editing and realistic handwriting/drawing functionality.

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