Lumenzia is the name of a popular graphics plugin for Photoshop. In fact, the plugin in front of you is known as a tool for adjusting the brightness of images. In fact, by adjusting the brightness of your images with the help of this plugin, you can make your images realistically beautiful and attractive. Using this tool is very simple. On the other hand, this plugin is designed in such a way that you can edit your images as quickly as possible. Benefiting from the ability to preview changes to your images is one of the functional features of this product.
You can also use the Lumenzia plugin to combine several masks and then apply it to your image. You can also edit and control all the layers pre-created by this plugin. As mentioned before, thanks to this plugin, editing your images in the best possible way with very little time is possible. This software is a professional tool for photographers that can help you in the photo editing process in an incredible way.
On the other hand, you can edit and adjust the necessary brightness in an image in different parts of the same image depending on your needs. Benefiting from the ability to blur and remove a variety of colors, brightness and visual effects of your images are other features of this plugin. Full compatibility with different versions of Photoshop software is another advantage of using this product.
Features of Lumenzia Plugin:
- Simple workflow for making and using masks
- Advanced and specialized adjustment of the brightness of your images in Photoshop
- Ability to customize all pre-made masks
- Easy possibility to enhance the contrast and auto detail of your images
- Ability to combine and merge multiple masks and use it in one image
- Full compatibility with different versions of Photoshop software
Lumenzia is compatible with Photoshop CS6 – CC 2019+ on both Windows and OSX (CC 2019 or later recommended). Lumenzia does not support CS5 or earlier (however, you may wish to try my free luminosity masking panel / actions instead). Note that the CS6 user interface functions the same, but looks somewhat different (see the FAQ link above for a comparison).
Video tutorial on installation and use is included in the package.