Luminosity and Color Range Masking

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    Margaret Bright

    Hi Marc,

    Thank you for the detailed feedback on which features you feel are missing from our software. We sincerely appreciate your kind input! 

    I will forward this list to our team to have them consider implementing some features that will provide the solutions for these tasks in the future.

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    Luke Scholtes

    Oh, and I'm not sure if these are bugs or something that I'm doing wrong, but every time I exit the program the luminosity mask just disappears and I have to redo it, and I don't know why I'm not able to select the overlaid image to display while I'm editing the base image.

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    Austin Miller

    Hi Luke. Could you please reach us via skylum.com/support so we can investigate the issue you are experiencing?

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    Eric Adauto

    After so much seems developers couldn't bring it back, and now will never come back if no more development on Luminar 4. It is a pity how a good application can go so bad. It is very frustrating to have comments like "hope our developers will put it back" it is same answer for all missing features

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    Elena O'Brien

    Hi Eric,

    Please note that we are still working on Luminar 4 and will be providing support for it along with free performance updates till mid 2022.

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    Randall Edick

    Is there still no color range masking in Luminar Neo?

     

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    Ivan Azure

    Hi Randall,

    The team will remind the responsible department about the relevance of the demand.

    Currently, one can manipulate masking within the "Color" tool.

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