Richard Rosenman Lumiere V2.2 Free Download
Glows (also called Diffuse Glows, Blooms, Specular Blooms, Ghosts, Filter Flares, Flares, Glares) describe the phenomena when bright objects in an image flare. This occurs in real-world photography for a number of different reasons: the actual emulsion of the film bleeds, internal reflections within the camera lens cause lens artifacts such as glow and lens flares or the photographer placed a special filter or gel over the lens. Reproducing this effect as a post process can easily be achieved with Lumiere for any number of technical or creative purposes.
Lumiere works by selecting a range of pixels above a brightness threshold, processing them using various diffusion algorithms and compositing them back on top of the source image. Lumiere’s tools provide fast and effortless previews of the selection and diffusion independently, for fine tuning. This displays what parts of the image are selected, and how these selections are processed into glows.
Lumiere allows fine-tuned control over each and every attribute throughout the process, such as meticulous control over the glow radius. Select from two different diffusion algorithms, control the number of diffusion iterations and precisely adjust the glow using gamma, saturation and even chromatic aberration features.