Luminar 4 has a Sunrays tool so you can add sun rays to your image, useful if on the day you took the photo the scene was dull or somewhat overcast. Along with the various other tools you can use Sunrays to create some interesting looks. Whether or not you prefer the end is result is a matter of personal choice.
In the example below I have taken a somewhat boring image (I can say that as I was the photographer!) and using the Sunrays tool, I have created something a lot more interesting. Now, of course, it isn't a true representation of what the actual scene was like on the day, though the sun did shine and it was an autumnal day, so it's not totally unreal.
Now, I did the editing in just a few minutes and intentionally exaggerated the effect to show what a difference the Sunrays feature can make. My personal preference is for something a little more subtle. I can envisage using the feature in my personal work in certain settings when I wanted a more dreamlike or romantic effect. What do you think?
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