One of the more useful features that is currently missing from Luminar but is present in other programs is the ability to zoom in on a feature in an image and then quickly switch between images to see which one has the best focus or shows the feature best. This is important so you can quickly eliminate photos in a series that aren't as good. Right now in Luminar, you have to click the next photo (or hit the arrow key) in the series and then zoom in on the feature in each one. This is also made more difficult because you have to wait for the image to render properly to check its focus before you can evaluate its quality, otherwise you might discard it for being out of focus, when in fact it wasn't the photo, it was that Luminar is not ready.
So really there are two things, the ability to maintain zoom level when switching between photos if desired, and rendering what is visible quickly enough to evaluate the quality of the photo when switching between the photos.
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