Luminar from Macphun is a software to replace Photoshop. Available now on Mac, but will soon be on Windows! Public beta tests have started.

The alternative to Photoshop and Lightroom editors we have a few – one of them is Luminar , available only for apple devices. The software is interesting enough to adapt to the user's machining style and to simplify RAW files as much as possible. In autumn it is supposed to hit devices from Windows. Since July 13, users can download the free beta software for free. For effective testing, the manufacturer recommends an Intel i5 2.2 GHz or similar processor, at least 8GB RAM, and a graphics card with at least 1GB of RAM. At least 20 GB of disk space and Windows 10. Of course, the application will run on earlier versions starting with Windows 7. The Mac version costs 69 euros and is likely to be the case for the final version on Windows. For comparison, the package for photographers in Adobe costs € 146.71 per year. More information and beta test software can be obtained from manufacturer's website . Source: