I know it's already listed on the roadmap under "planned", but I just wanted to put a word in for moving it forward sooner rather than later:
Virtual Copies (Luminar Libraries)
You'll be able to create versions of a photo with different styles, adjustments, editing history, etc. This is especially useful when you want to try different looks on the same image
Basically, this is the ONLY way I've ever worked in Lightroom, for two key reasons:
1. I really hate editing my primary copy of the raw file. Sure, you can undo, but I've already counted the clicks to revert to the original after a few minor mods, and it's just not working.
If there is a "reset to original image" I haven't found it yet, though I do admit I'm really new to Luminar 3 (like two days now).
2. I often have MULTIPLE versions of an image - one original, one with AI type color enhancement, one that's BW, one optimized for a certain printer, and so on. It's common for me to have 3 virtual copies at any one time.
SO PLEASE, work on Virtual copies sooner rather than later.
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