Lumenosity Masks
While in Arizona I shared a house with Greg Benz, the creator of Lumenzia. Lumenzia creates precise lumenosity masks so that you can apply edits to areas that were impossible to isolate in Lightroom and Photoshop.

I told Greg I thought his software was witchcraft and that I would likely not understand it. But after one night playing around, I now understand the power of the lumenosity mask.

This is an extreme example. I thought this photo had real potential however the foreground cactus was so dark, I could not isolate it from the sky to increase exposure. I tried in Lightroom but the end result left dark halos around the cactus that looked unappealing. However, I was able to isolate just the foreground cactus using Lumenzia to create this finished photo.

I’m still brand new to using lumenosity masks but if you are interested in a challenge and want to push your editing and creativity to the stratosphere, check it out!


Lumenosity Masks
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3 thoughts on “Lumenosity Masks

  • March 16, 2017 at 11:35 pm

    Wow! Would love to see the before.
    Is it separate software or a plug in?

  • March 16, 2017 at 11:43 pm

    Here’s the before. This was an extreme example to see what is possible but I was blown away. Lumenzia is software that plus into Photoshop so you work off a TIFF file.

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