Skylum has issued version 1.3 of its Luminar 2018 photo editor (see“Photo Editing as One with Luminar,” 29 March 2017), enhancing the Raw Develop filter with improved handling of the Lens and Transform effects and updating the Sharpening filter to be more responsive and accurate. The release expands batch processing to several new formats (including new options for PDF and JPEG-2000), adds support for several third-party plugins, and provides more precise control over JPEG and JPEG-2000 compression. It also updates support for new cameras from Canon (EOS 3000D, Rebel T100, 4000D), FujiFilm (X-H1, X-A20, X-A5, X-E3) and Olympus (E-PL9). A free trial is available. ($69 new, free update, release notes, macOS 1010+)
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