After playing with the trial, which I must say is fairly good, there are a few things holding me back from purchase that I would like to share.
1. Import Masks or AI Edge Masking. Either support importing a mask from something like Topaz Labs Mask AI, or come out with a similar masking feature, since you market "AI" as the large difference between you and your competitors.
2. Pan buttons (arrow keys, WSAD, auto move image as brush gets close to edge, something) in mask mode. If I'm zoomed way in for accuracy, I need to be able to pan the image while I continue with brush masking.
3. Access to the AI masks for Skin tones, Structure, Eyes, Lips, Teeth, etc. Sometimes I want to do things that aren't in the immediate filter / module sliders for those specific things, so accessing those masks in other areas would be super beneficial.
4. This one is a pipe-dream given your previous responses in this forum, but I'll bring it up again. I would prefer a native Linux version. Instead of retyping my soap box speech... I'll just refer to my post in that thread: https://community.skylum.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360009617892-Linux-support-for-Luminar?page=2#community_comment_360001705820
Honestly, Luminar 4 is pretty awesome, and I really like the simplicity of the workflow. It's not an overwhelming amount of tools like other products.
It's just the primitive masking tools / support that is really holding me back.
Thanks for the opportunity to give the software a try and I will be watching for things in your change logs.
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