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Skylum Luminar 4 Giveaway (Photo Editing) Free @ Skylum
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Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Skylum Luminar is one of the most popular photo editing software. With it, you will be able to perfect these types of photos, whether you’re a professional or an amateur smartphone images t…

It’s not free, if it was then how can I get it free ??? Got a code but it won’t active it ! 😞


"That's me in the corner" 🎶 😁


Ok, I think I’m missing my console a little much since I sent it off on the 14th for repair… Thought it said “Skyrim 4” for half a second. ;(


I recently purchased their Luminar AI which is the next iteration of ?luminar 4 and I've found it to be great so far with a lot of beginner friendly features. I really like the Sky Replacement tool which analyses a scene then identifies and auto masks the sky then depending on your selected sky replacement also corrects the lighting and reflections elsewhere in the scene. I also like their Bokeh AI which creates a shallow depth of field around your subject and blurs background like a large aperture lens but without the expense! The automation is accurate but you can adjust the strength and correct masking errors at pixel level. Don't forget that these people are based in Ukraine 🇺🇦 and still providing support and updates 👏 so Im happy to support them!


I did pay for it couple years ago but never used it much as it is extremely slow in processing raw photos. It is a pretty good deal for free and will be good for casual use.

Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan 20GB: Photoshop + Lightroom | 1 Year | PC/Mac | Download £89.99 at Amazon
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
The usual discounted offer from Amazon, that comes around 2 or 3 times per year. "Ends in 1 day" Not as good as the exceptional deals (misprices?) from last November 2021 (£48/£46) which …

Lightroom 4 (and the last one I bought "fully" 5) did not have GPU support, automatic masking, and a lot of very useful features though.


Easter offer. Back to £119.99 now.


Weird. Looks like £89.99 is the normal price now? 🤷


Yes. As a Lightroom only user I was dead against the subscription model on principle when it first came out, but once I factored in that Photoshop which was £679 (back then) was included, along with updates for that programme and Lightroom, I realised that it was going to be decades, maybe never before my subscription payments exceed the cost of the perpetually licenced version of Photoshop, its updates, and Lightroom updates if I wanted to keep both products up to date, and that's without factoring in that discounted annual Adobe Photography plans were going to be available regularity from Amazon. I'm currently on a £48.90 a year plan, and have four £46.72 annual plans stacked after it (£3.89 a month), and the most I've ever paid is £89.99 for a year (£7.49 a month), which is still less than the monthly cost of the photography plan direct from Adobe when it first came out.


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Pixelmator Photo (iOS) - £3.49 @ App Store
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Posted 19th Dec 2021Posted 19th Dec 2021
Pixelmator Photo (iOS) - £3.49 @ App Store£3.49£6.9950% offiOS App Store Deals
Pixelmator have launched their upgraded photo app and it’s currently 50% off for a limited time.
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Excalty what I was thinking too…….


Is this worth getting if I’m already have the adobe suite of apps on my phone?


After playing around around a bit I see that it isn't as full featured as the Mac OS Pro version. Still a decent image editor with repair functions, machine learning enhancements to resolution, etc. but missing some of the automagic selection tools and layering that I love in the Mac OS version. Still a good piece of software for iOS photos for 3.49


Top notch software. If your serious about photography on your IOS devices it is a must have app.


I’ve got the older free version of Pixelmator Pro on my MacBook and had a brief play with this. I think the iOS app is more of a core version but not in the same league as the Pro app

Free Udemy Courses: Data Manipulation in Python, Web Development, Public Speaking, Memory Improvement, Adobe Lightroom & More
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Posted 2nd Dec 2021Posted 2nd Dec 2021
Free Udemy Courses: Data Manipulation in Python, Web Development, Public Speaking, Memory Improvement, Adobe Lightroom & MoreFREE£0.01Udemy Deals
Have fun learning !! [4.2] [1h 58m] Data Manipulation in Python: Master Python, Numpy & Pandas Code=DDSPECIAL667F088D83B [4.3] [2h 22m] Next-Generation Memory, Learning & Commun…
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I could also do with knowing how to find the free list for the next time these come around. Please.


All reached maximum redemption :(


Python Data Manipulation would've been perfect


I wouldnt mind knowing either im looking for beginner Python, I think!


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Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan 20GB: Photoshop + Lightroom | 1 Year | PC/Mac £46.72 at Amazon
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Posted 28th Nov 2021Posted 28th Nov 2021
Get all your photography essentials with the new Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan 1 year pre-paid licence, including the all-new Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC, 20GB of cloud storage, Pho…
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There is a Christmas Day deal on the Photography Plan again (£89.99), but it's nowhere near as good as this deal was.,aps,190&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzQVhMNjRQRVFCRjVIJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMDM4MDkwMTFJR0oxR1cwSzE0RyZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwNDg2MjM5MkU4OFlRMUYxRVowWCZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX2F0ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=


Adobe currently charge £9.98 a month to add a TB of storage to your Adobe Photography 20GB Plan. However, the Adobe Lightroom CC 1TB plan is currently listed on Amazon for £58.95 for one year.,aps,150&sr=8-6 Can you use the storage from this with the Adobe Photography Plan effectively getting storage at half price for a year (£58.95 compared to £119.76) ?


Not doubting your success at rectifying your situation at all but the "threat" was resolved within the 5 business day timeframe given by Adobe after you offered up genuine codes. What's confusing about your claims are you've gone from full on Gamivo codes are fraudulent and will lead to your account potentially being cut off to maybe, maybe not despite your and many others accounts going from being in good standing to being investigated by Adobes fraud team after Gamivo codes were used. Have you checked Adobe's official resellers list portal to see if Amazon are on it as according to Adobe when they responded to Weeby they're not and I can't find them listed on it either, perhaps you can. Seems I'm only suggesting what Adobe employee's are claiming.


I am not sure what your point is or trying to prove here, except that I have had success in getting Adobe to withdraw their threat. You gone way off the tangent here but re: the suggestion that Amazon are NOT authorised reseller….Adobe on the chat said and I quote "Common thread exists among users who purchase Adobe products with modest discounts from non-authorized resellers on Amazon Marketplace, Best Buy Marketplace and other similar sites, like eBay or Craigslist. Users, in these cases, believe they’re purchasing from Amazon or Best Buy (who are Authorized Adobe Resellers), but are instead buying from third parties who post products through Marketplace avenues or classified ads on these sites." You probably wondering how….well they did give me the same speech about Amazon and 3rd party seller speech. I just told them that I know how to read a receipt and tell the difference. We went around circles a few times and at one point I even said "am I talking to a computer?" I basically got so frustrated in the scripted answers that I asked to speak to a supervisor. In the end I managed to get them to admit Amazon is an authorised reseller, then submit Amazon receipt and code and got my case passed to the fraud team.


Your PayPal claim for a refund of the Gamivo codes and the fact your not taking issue with Amazon for a refund suggests as you've already stated that it's the Black Friday Adobe Code from GAMVIO dot com that's Fraudulent which apart from Weebeys predicament seems to be the run of the mill for lots of people who bought the Gamivo codes. From what I can make out, Amazon aren't officially an Adobe reseller but that wouldn't stop them from selling Adobe products. An authorized reseller according to the Adobe site have to have a certain % of their staff trained by Adobe to be able to offer a back up to what they sell instead of burdening Adobe staff with problems or issues if they arise. That and the fact that Amazon are doing the dirty with low prices and no back up might account for Adobe being a bit miffed by it all as naturally they want us paying full wack to them rather than a reduced price to Amazon.

Adobe Photoshop Elements & Premiere 2022 - £52.99 (Emailed Download Code)
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Posted 26th Nov 2021Posted 26th Nov 2021
Adobe Photoshop Elements & Premiere 2022 - £52.99 (Emailed Download Code)£52.99 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Doesn’t look like last years version ever went this low in price. Adobe Photoshop Elements is also available on it’s own for £37.99…
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I've currently got Lightroom 5.7, but want to get into video editing, having tried the various free software. Is this a decent purchase?


Thanks for posting and congratulations on your first hotukdeals thread (y)


I've had about 4 copies of PSE over the years, but no more. Adobe aren't interested in supporting or patching it. Every bug or compatibility issue is seen by them as a reason for you to buy next year's version. And now even the link between PSE and Lightroom 5 is broken for me. I struggled getting my 2019 version installed on Windows 11. So sod it, I'll look for an alternative next time I need to 'upgrade'.


Thanks, just saved me £52.99 (y)


I needed to switch operating systems, so seemed like a good time to do so