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Three Variations on a Photo of a Red Asiatic Lily

I took this photo of a red Asiatic Lily in someone’s garden in Chicago, Illinois. It just sat on my computer for a while until I decided it was time to do something with it.

All of the editing was done using some of the presets available for Luminar 2018. Luminar comes with a set of filters that can be used in combination with each other. If you find one that you are likely to reuse, you can save them as a preset. The program comes with a large collection of presets and users can share the presets they have created for their own use with other users.

The photo was taken using a Nikon Coolpix P7700 camera. All editing was done using Luminar 2018.

Photos are © 2014, 2018 Gary J. Sibio. All rights reserved.


Red Asiatic Lily (2014-07-05 10-38-12b)

For this image I used the 'Lost Soul' preset from the Dramatic collection, one of the presets supplied by Luminar. It did a good job of making it look natural.

2 points


Red Asiatic Lily with 'Bloody Mary' Effect (2014-07-05 10-38-12a)

The 'Bloody Mary' preset, also part of the Dramatic collection provided by Luminar, results in a high-contrast version of colorpop. Although it is set up to leave the reds, Versions could be done for other colors as well.

2 points


Red Asiatic Lily (Dramatic) (2014-07-05 10-38-12c)

This version uses the 'Make It Pop' reset from the Experimental collection. This collection does not come with the program but can be downloaded for free from the Luminar site.

2 points
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