Turn Pics Into Art With 85% Off This Photo-Editing Bundle

When it comes to modern photography, a good skill set is only the beginning. Once you’ve taken that perfect shot, the real work begins with some expert photo editing.

Depending on the software you’re using, that work can be a slog. Or it can be the most creative part of the entire process. Now there’s a way to try out one of today’s top photo editors in a deluxe package that also gives you a slew of presets and training in the art and science of photography: The Award-Winning Luminar 4 Power Bundle.

If you haven’t used Luminar before, you’re missing out on one of the top photo editors on the market. It’s created for photo perfectionists, but wraps its features in an interface simple enough for anyone who’s never even used a photo filter. A lot of the heavy lifting is done by Luminar 4’s AI, which can touch up bland skyscapes and smooth out skin tones with a simple click. Key functions like Erase and the wide array of filters are all easy to access, and it’s completely compatible with other photo editors like Lightroom and Photoshop.

The bundle gives you Luminar 4 for Windows or Mac, plus an arsenal of assets you can start using with the software right away:

  • Skies: Power of Nature — 20 additional sky textures

  • Sky Objects: Amazing Planets — moons and planets you can add to existing skyscapes

  • Looks — 30 analog film presets

  • Street Vibe LUTs — 10 Lookup Tables for urban photography

You’ll get all this in the package, plus an online photography fundamentals course that teaches the essentials on exposure, lens selection, balance, framing, and more in nine comprehensive courses. With all this under your belt, you’re well on your way to studio-quality photographs.

PCMag readers can get The Award-Winning Luminar 4 Power Bundle for $39.99—85% off the $270 MSRP.

Prices are subject to change.

Robert G. Mull

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