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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Bob,

    I'll share your suggestions with our developers and hopefully we can implement these features in the future.

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    Federico Lazzari

    Not sure if this made it already to Luminar 4, and I cannot find it, but highlighting the focus points as Aperture used to, would be a happy "come back" of a lost feature. (Adobe's and most other software can do it)

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    Daniel Arnold

    How this could help to show the focus plane?

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    Austin Miller

    Hi Daniel. Did you mean the focal plane? The Glow filter will help you to blur the background of the picture, for example. Here is the how-to guide - https://skylum.com/how-to/how-to-blur-picture. It is for Luminar 3 but the Glow filter is also available in Luminar 4. It is under the Creative tab!

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    Federico Lazzari

    Thanks Austin and Victoria. But the OP and my question were about two more basic features not related to editing but to sorting and selecting pictures: 1) put 2 or more pictured side by side to rate, select, cull etc. and 2) view the embedded/EXIF info of the points where the camera made focus.
    Hope that clarifies and, as the feature is not available in 4.2 yet, it makes it to the development roadmap.
    Great fan of Luminar. Thanks!

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    Victoria Grace

    Hi Federico,

    This is possible to reach within Luminar 4 while using Glow filter - https://prnt.sc/r3g05g

    Just select the needed objects with a brush tool and highlight them. If you need any further assistance, please, reach us at https://skylum.com/support.

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