Skylum Luminar Neo
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Skylum makes Luminar Neo along with a marketplace full of presets, skies, objects and other useful assets to augment their software. In my original review comparing raw processors I rated Luminar “Best Interface/Most Intuitive” and it is still true today! It has an intuitive interface along with the latest AI technology in a set of super useful tools for your everyday editing.
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ON1 takes a sensible approach to their software, using input from end users to design it and offering versatility in your workflow. In my original review comparing raw processors I rated ON1 Photo Raw “Best All-Around Solution” and it’s still true today! They use the latest in AI technology and also offer plug-ins, ON1 Plus for education and extras, and even a store for other useful assets.
Think Tank Photo which also makes Minds Shift Gear is my favorite manufacturer of bags, cases and backpacks. I love my BackLight 26L photo backpack, Retrospective shoulder bag for around town and my Airport roller case when traveling for shoots overseas. I’ve also had great experiences with their customer service. Click here to Get a free (and useful) accessory at checkout when you spend fifty bucks.
Here are their innovative AI apps and Plug-ins and their creativity oriented Studio 2 with both practical tools and those for going beyond photography.
Topaz Labs makes a huge variety of useful Photoshop and Lightroom plug-ins that I use regularly. Check out my free webinars to learn how I use Topaz software on a variety of images.
B&H Photo stocks almost everything under the sun to do with photo equipment. They also have great customer service and competitive pricing. By clicking on the logo above or this link, B&H provides me a small affiliate commission without increasing your price. I use this to help support the educational resources I offer at no charge and appreciate you using it if you choose to do so.
Adorama stocks all things photography! Their pricing is competitive along with a friendly staff. By clicking on the logo above or this link, Adorama provides me a small commission without increasing your price. This supports the educational resources I offer at no charge and I appreciate you using it if you choose to do so. ALSO check out their VIP 360 program- you get a lot for $50 per year!
LifePixel can convert a camera body to shoot infrared. They did my first infrared conversion and I’ve been hooked on infrared ever since. It’s super important to get a reliable company to do your conversion as it’s a very delicate and precise process. These guys are experts and have many years of experience. Their website also has a lot of great information in helping you choose a conversion filter. Click here or the banner below to learn more.
Kolari Vision are experts at converting cameras for infrared. They are only one of two companies I would trust to convert my cameras as it’s a very exacting procedure. Click here or the logo above to check out your infrared options.
Affinity Photo is an amazing program that does nearly everything Photoshop does, and some things even better, but for $70 with no subscription. It is available in both Mac and Windows versions.
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