Adjustable gradient versus lightroom gradient

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    Victoria Grace

    Hi marc labro,

    You may use our Brush tool to get the desired results which is available by most of the filters - https://prnt.sc/qof102.

    This way you'll be able to apply changes to  different areas on the image, not only to the top/bottom of it.

     

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    marc labro

    hello Victoria,

    a brush is not a gradient or radial filter !

    Moreover in other software it is much easier to add a "pin" (radial, gradient or brush on which you change 10 sliders

    than using 10 filters in 10 separate adjustment layers (think you luminar 4 having removed similar stackable filters !)

    each with a masking brush.

    lightroom, camera raw and ON1 are standards in workflow. Luminar is out of standards.

    marc

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    Victoria Grace

    Thanks for clarifying this. You're right, there is no such functionality within Luminar 4 for now. However, I've forwarded your suggestion to our developers so that they consider it in our future updates.

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    marc labro

    thank you

    yes, in lightroom (and other softwares), we paint light.

    a radial filter on a tree and change exposure, vibrance,.. another on the ground with exposure, another with exposure and temp on the light of a pole to switch it on,... all in same local step. gorgeous. you guide the eyes to the image.

    with luminar we apply a splash of color and then paint in and out. different.

    please note that if you restore the capability of luminar 3 and flex to cascade several adjustment gradient in a same adjustment layer (with or without top/bottom menus) you already fix one third of the problem :-) so we can add 10 gradients on same steps with 8 sliders and paint light.

    marc

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