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Skylum Announces Luminar Flex - A Skylum Plugin For Popular Editing Software

The Luminar Flex Plugin allows photographers to use Luminar's AI-powered technologies within Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, Photoshop Elements, Apple Aperture and Photos for Mac.

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Luminar Flex


Fans of Skylum can now use a plugin within Photoshop, Lightroom and other popular photo editing software that gives them access to clever Luminar editing features. 

Luminar Flex features adjustments, effects, 50 correction/enhancement filters and specific 'looks' you can apply to your images. Plus, when using the Luminar Plugin within Lightroom, you can use Layers and Blending Modes. 

The Luminar plugin works in the following host applications:

  • Photoshop (Windows & macOS)
  • Lightroom Classic (Windows & macOS)
  • Photoshop Elements (Windows & macOS)
  • Photos for macOS
  • Apple Aperture

Owners of Luminar 2018 and Luminar 3 will receive a free copy of Luminar Flex which has a retail price of £54 and will ship from 4 April 2019. 

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JJGEE 17 8.0k 18 England
3 Apr 2019 1:23PM
Interesting that they are listing it as a plug-in for Aperture, which Apple discontinued on 8th April 2015.

I wonder how many people are still using Aperture or even if it is supported on the latest Apple OS ?

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