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    Mark Rosher

    That was previously possible using layers, and there don't seem to be any now...

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    Miguel Ángel Llatas Beny

    With layers but for some reason they removed them, honestly software feels cropped comparing it with Luminar 4, is basically the same but so slow and with less functions lol

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    Richard Harrington

    You can export the image to the same folder (it will automatically show up in Luminar) and then add it again.

    https://vimeo.com/492188365/3a1895ccda

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    Alex Flinsch

    Having a 'export to source folder' option would be nice in itself. 

     

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    Dimitris Zarikos

    Indeed it make sense and it works, however the workflow is getting too much expanded and annoyingly slow, especially when you use it as a plugin, when you need to export to the original software and re-import to Luminar AI.

    It seems that bringing layers back to AI is a MUST 

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    NicoleMarie84

    It would be nice if we could add multiple sunrays to a single image to emulate light shining from several lightbulbs in a faux dusk scene 

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