We've got a few really good Black Friday deals for you, and they're live today so you can get an early start on your holiday shopping.Read More
Macphun, the Ukraine-based software house that has created photographic editing software for the Mac including Luminar and Aurora HDR, has announced that it will be changing its name to SKYLUM in 2018.
The name change was brought about by the realization that the company's products now run on a variety of platforms, not just the Mac. The company expanded to Windows recently and also has products that run on iOS devices.Read More
Luminar is a wonderful photo editing app from Macphun that provides all of the tools digital photographers need to turn their photos from "so-so" to "spectacular!!!". We reviewed Luminar last year and found a lot to love, and Macphun has been great about updating the app with new capabilities. Now there's an update that adds tools to aid in making those drone images look as good as possible.Read More
For those who want to become better photographers, sometimes it feels like you've reached a plateau and just can't get the results that professionals do. You've taken classes, you shoot a lot of photos, you've even started shooting RAW format and you're now dabbling in High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography. Maybe it's not you -- it's the software you're using for post-processing. That's why we've partnered with Macphun to get you a deal on two of their hottest applications for Mac: Luminar and Aurora HDR 2017. Just use the promo code APPLEWORLD to get $10 off on each app.Read More
Although I get Ukraine-based developers Macphun and Readdle confused on occasion, I am totally impressed with the company's apps. Macphun has flipped the switch on its holiday savings, and you can now get fantastic deals on Luminar -- the amazing new photo enhancement app for Mac -- and Aurora HDR 2017.Read More
Photo editing apps are great; they can take a very good image and turn it into something spectacular by adding just the right amount of adjustment in terms of sharpness, exposure, color saturation, and so on. But with many apps on the market right now, making those adjustments can be frustratingly complex. Conversely, there are apps that try to make tweaking photos simple, but they don't give professionals a way to fine-tune adjustments. Macphun has just announced the start of pre-orders of Luminar, a new all-in-one photo editor that is designed around the idea that all photographers are different, as are their needs for photo editing.Read More