I am not sure if "Luminar for Mac" is the right topic for my issue, but it seems to be the most fitting one.
I noticed a weird pattern in exported images. Such grid-like aliasing artifacts typically arise when images are resized by only a small fraction. In my case, there should not be any resizing involved as I choose "Original" when exporting. This seems to be a bug within Luminar, and in my opinion a serious one, because how good is a software if you cannot properly export the edited images?
Looking at the image, there also seems to be some other kind of post processing being applied, because the export looks a bit more blurry. Maybe I am missing something, but is there a way to export the images "lossless" (as in: as displayed within the app?). I experimented using different output formats, but JPEG, JPEG2000, PNG and TIFF all show the same behavior.
Screenshot within Luminar, no artifacts visible:
Screenshot of the exported image, notice the grid-like structure and the softness between the grid lines:
Did anyone else encounter this issue? Please let me know how to fix this. I am using Luminar 4.3.0 (7031) on macOS Mojave 10.14.6
Best and Thank you,
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