While Luminar is a full featured stand-alone application, some users also choose to install and run it as a plug-in for other popular photo editing software. If you installed after downloading from our website, you should be prompted to install the plug-ins for detected software you already have installed.
If you choose to install as a plug-in at a later time, you can easily do so.
3. A new dialog box appears to show you which supported host applications you have currently installed on your PC. The host applications supported by Luminar are:
4. Click the Install/Uninstall button for the corresponding apps in which you’d like Luminar to run.
For best results, quit the host application (such as Photoshop) before you install a plug-in. You may be prompted to input your Administrator password to complete the installation.
Using Luminar with Adobe Photoshop
Luminar is a powerful addition to Adobe Photoshop. To apply Luminar as a filter, follow these steps:
When done, click the Apply button to send the adjusted image back to Photoshop.
Using Luminar with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC
Images in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC (or Lightroom 6) can be easily handed off for editing in Luminar. To exchange a file from Lightroom Classic CC to Luminar, follow these steps:
4. If it doesn’t switch automatically, click the Luminar icon in your Taskbar to switch to Luminar.
5. Make any edits or adjustments as needed in Luminar. Use presets to speed up your editing workflow.
6. When done, click the Apply button to send the adjusted image back to Lightroom.
7. Switch back to Lightroom. A new file is added to your Library and stacked with the original in your Library.
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