Luminar filter via Photoshop making layer look like a blend mode

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    Sandra MacPherson

    By the way. When I'm working on the file in Luminar, it looks fine. It's only when the image is exported back into Photoshop that it turns out like this. Doesn't seem to matter what filter I apply. 

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    Helena Carter

    Hi Sandra MacPherson

    Could you please specify if the issue occurs in a standalone mode? Also, what camera do you use?

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    Sandra MacPherson

    Yes. I was able to open the file in Luminar and then export to PS without any issue. I'm using a Sony a6000 or Sony RX100vi. 

    I'm assuming the issue is with the plug-in and I should reinstall it again?

    Thank you for helping. Sandra

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Sandra,

    Reinstalling the plugin may help. Quit Photoshop and run Luminar 4 as a standalone. Go to the Luminar 4 menu and choose Install Plugins. Click the button to uninstall the Photoshop plugin, then again to reinstall.

    You can then quit Luminar 4 and relaunch Photoshop.

    If the problem persists, please reach out to us using the contact form at www.skylum.com/support or email us directly at support@skylum.com so we can take a closer look at your particular case.

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