How to arrange the exposure of your images from light to dark?
You can edit your images using "Lumenzia" in Photoshop.
Where can I download the product?
You can download it for free from here.
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Choose and mask any object visually! With Lumenzia, the user can see a full-screen view of the mask before applying it. Click the image interactively to choose (or select and then deselect) the colors or tones according to the amount you prefer. There is no guesswork when adding or subtracting channels. You can isolate the mask to some regions of the image using an easy selection. You can also combine groups of masks to see the impact of the mask on the whole. It's never been simpler to create or alter the ideal mask. Masks use 16 bits of resolution, allowing smooth transitions between extreme masks.
Click to choose! There is no need to be aware of what mask to choose. Utilize the built-in zone or range tools to make the appropriate mask for you in seconds.
Simplify exposure blending. Automatically stack and align and then sort your exposures from light to dark to make it easier to blend.
Smaller files. Lumenzia doesn't use channels, so your files stay small. An average TIF file on the Nikon D800 grows from 200MB to 1.4GB when you create channel masks. However, it would be the same size as 200MB in Lumenzia. Additionally, Lumenzia allows group masks to drastically reduce file size, typically reducing the size of files by 20 to 50 percent!
Gorgeous vignettes in a matter of minutes. Draw a line of the area you want to make a vignette with any size, sharpness, and position within the image. The vignette is easily altered by inverting it (to increase its brightness in the middle) or coupled with luminosity filters (to keep shadows from getting dark excessively).
Some great features of Lumenzia Photoshop Panel:
A streamlined workflow, completely customized masks
BlendIf masks (save considerable space in the file and reduce the need to change masks)
Color masks (select either by color or luminosity visually)
Improved Local Contrast (easily and automatically enhances clarity)
Live-masked masks (see the result of the blend immediately and experiment with various masks)
Zone masks to refine the zone
Pickers for Zone and Range (select the correct mask by clicking the image)
"Lighter/Darker" masks (select pixels concerning the surrounding pixels)
Masks can be refined to specific locations or even colors within the image
Combining masks (merge masks in groups to reduce space and to know exactly what's being hidden)
Split-screen is used to view images and the mask at the same time
"PreBlend" to automatically stack, sort, and align exposures before blending
Avoiding burning and dodging
Non-destructive sponge tool
Masks for saturation (color-specific controls of vibrance)
You can apply or modify masks on the layers you have already applied them to with just one click
Dust visualization and brightness tools for easy identification and fixing of flaws
Advanced sharpening techniques to sharpen Portraits (surface blur) and landscapes (high pass)
Fast access to training and videos for support (via the "tutorials" button)
What is Lumenzia?
Lumenzia, developed by Greg Benz, is known for its user-friendly interface and the ability to simplify the complex process of luminosity masking. It provides photographers and digital artists with a more intuitive and efficient way to create and apply luminosity masks in Photoshop, allowing for targeted adjustments to different tonal values in an image.
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