Sometimes you have a great landscape or seascape photo, but it just seems to be lacking that extra-special something. What can you do to fix it?
In this article, we’ll be looking at enriching your seascapes and landscapes with bi-color toning and adjustable gradients using the tools in Luminar 2018.
First, open your image in Luminar 2018:
This seascape should work well with bi-color toning and the adjustable gradients.
WHAT IS BI-COLOR TONING?
This filter simulates the effect of a traditional glass bi-color filter. It uses two colors that you can choose yourself – one for the top of the image, and one for the bottom. It applies a soft transition to tone the image, and is a great choice for landscapes and seascapes where you may want the sky to take on one tone, and the land or sea a different one.
You will find the Bi-Color filter by clicking the ‘add filters’ button on the top right-hand side of the screen: