The bottom of the panel includes PreBlend and visualization tools.
Manual exposure blending ("manual HDR"). The first video shows the PreBlend function to automatically stack, align, and sort exposures. The second video shows one approach to blend exposures once they are stacked. The third video shows how to use PreBlend with a single exposure (note that this function requires Photoshop CC or later).
See how the tones in your image are distributed to help edit or select the right zone mask.
“Split”: split-screen view
This video shows how you can see both your mask and final image, which is incredibly helpful when painting on a mask to refine it.
✓Sel (visualization tool)
See and edit any luminosity selection just like a layer mask. No more marching ants!
✓luminosity (visualization tool)
This video shows how to use the visualization tool to retouch subtle problems.
This video shows how to use the visualization tool to remove sensor dust.
Many Lumenzia buttons offer extra options by holding a modifier key (such as <alt/option>) while clicking the key. You can see what these options are by simply hovering over a button to see the “tooltips”, or by consulting the written materials included in te download ZIP file.
Additionally, there are many keyboard shortcuts for Photoshop that you may find handy while working with Lumenzia. Here’s a quick list of many helpful shortcuts:
Working with Masks:
Working with Selections:
Dodging and Burning on gray/transparent pixel layers:
Other common shortcuts:
If Lumenzia seems to run more slowly than your demo videos: