Skylum released Luminar 3.0.2 with a host of improvements and bug fixes. Luminar version 3.0.2 comes with new features as well as improvements in performance and stability. Enjoy this first Luminar update of 2019, and expect more free updates in the coming months.
Luminar 3.0.2 offers everything a modern photographer needs for photo editing, including new filters powered by artificial intelligence, major speed improvements, a dedicated RAW develop module and a forthcoming in 2018.
This version comes with a built-in library module and hence will become a serious competitor and alternative to Adobe Lightroom.
- New users can purchase Luminar 3 for US$59 (US$59 with “CAMERANEWS” coupon code) instead of US$59.
Luminar 3.0.2. Released
For both Windows and Mac OS platforms, the software now offers a new ‘Locate Folder‘ command, allowing users to find misplaced or moved folders on their system. There are also new dedicated toolbar buttons for Gallery and Single Image views.
New features for Windows users include nested folders, offline file alerts and new shortcut keys for several functions. On a Mac you can now enjoy automated database backups, new preferences for cache, catalog and backup and Aurora HDR integration among other new functions.
The new version also comes with an updated list of supported cameras to which the following models have been added:
- Nikon: D3500, P1000, Z6, Z7
- Panasonic: Lumix DC-LX100 II
- Fujifilm: GFX 50R, X-T3
- Sony: RX100VA, RX100VI, DSC-HX99, DSC-HX95
- Leica: M10-D, M10-P, D-Lux 7
Skylum's all-in-one photo editor Luminar 4 is out now and available for just $69 for new users, with big discounts for upgrading users. Luminar 4's revolutionary tools and AI technologies give superpowers for creative photo editing. We rated Luminar as Highly Recommended.