Skylum Software, the company behind Luminar and Aurora HDR applications has announced the development of software focused on drone photography, the new software will be called AirMagic and is scheduled to be available in Q2 of 2019.
The application for Windows and Mac will be called AirMagic and is AI powered “to transform photos made with a drone from great to breathtaking.”
Looking at the teaser video above AirMagic is capable of detecting what drone camera an image has been captured with. It can then scan the scene for haze, skies, and presumably other image elements and artifacts, before automatically adjusting exposure, color and other parameters for an optimized end result.
It looks like AirMagic will be targeted at users who prefer automated enhancement over manual optimization but we’ll hopefully know more in the near future. No information on pricing has been released yet.
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