Skylum plans to launch Luminar 4 this Fall, an upgrade for its popular photo editing software. The company recently announced that one of the major features that will be included in the latest version of the software is the AI Sky Replacement Tool. Skylum has been developing its artificial intelligence technology for years and is confident in the accuracy they provide photo editors.
The video above, published yesterday, walks us through the user interface. However, their Director of Education hosting the short clip warns that the feature is still in beta version and the layout may look different when it is released for public use. The AI Sky Replacement Tool takes photos with basic, bland skies and makes them more interesting with a variety of templates including moody clouds and…
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