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Luminar 3 is a Photoshop alternative anyone can use

This streamlined, all-in-one app will transform your photos into full-fledged professional shots.
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10.22.19
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Your smartphone's camera is already pretty impressive, but even the best smartphone lens in the world can only take you so far when it comes to creating truly pro-level images—even if you know how to make quick edits on your phone or in apps like iPhoto.

Luminar 3 is an award-winning photography app that allows you to quickly and easily create mind-blowing images using powerful and intuitive tools, and it's currently available for over 55 percent off at just $29.

Rather than having you fumble over the complex settings usually found in professional editors, like Photoshop, this streamlined, all-in-one app can transform your photos into pro images through a simple interface that uses the latest AI algorithms to fine-tune your shots.

You'll be able to adjust more nuanced elements of your contrast and lighting ratios, and there are plenty of tools to help you bring out the best lighting in your pictures regardless of the environment in which they were taken.

This app also makes it easier to get rid of digital noise in your photos with a single click, and there are specialized tools to help you illuminate subtleties in your backgrounds—along with volumetric lighting tools that can be used to create beautiful beams of light in your images.

Take your photography to the next level with the award-winning Luminar 3 for just $29—over 55 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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