I’ve just started testing out the impressive new Luminar editing software from Mac developers, Macphun. There’s a good reason why Apple have picked these guys for the Best of the Mac App Store for 5 years in a row! Luminar has a lot of powerful features, and allows layer-based editing which is something sorely lacking in Adobe Lightroom. On top of that, Luminar doesn’t require a subscription like the Adobe apps.
Whenever I learn new software I always like to collate all of the keyboard shortcuts so that I can begin to work on a nice fast workflow. Editing photos is a necessity, but I’ll be honest, I’d much rather be with my camera in the field! Learning some shortcuts always speeds things up and gets me back out there quicker.
With that in mind, here’s all the handy Macphun Luminar keyboard shortcuts for you!
Show/hide “hot” and “cold” pixels
Radial Mask mode
Gradian Mask mode
Show/hide preset panel and side panel
Activate/deactivate split-screen comparison
Activate before/after comparison
Open Batch Processing Mode
Show Original File in Finder
Decrease Brush Radius
Increase Brush Radius
Decrease Brush Softness
Increase Brush Softness
Switch between Painting/Erasing modes
Show current layer mask in red
Invert Layer Mask
Fit to Screen
Hide Image Info
Full Screen Mode
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