Skylum released AirMagic earlier this month, and it is specifically designed for enhancing aerial photos – and doing so quickly.
In the video above, Jim Nix demonstrates just how simple it is to take your drone photos from so-so to beautiful. Below, I’ve highlighted a few critical features that make AirMagic a must-have for drone photographers.
What Exactly is AirMagic?
If you’re ready to edit drone photos the easy way, you can pick up a copy of AirMagic for $39.00.
In addition to being affordable, a single AirMagic license will work on two computers, even if one is a Mac and the other is a PC.
Skylum is also offering the AirMagic Creative Edition for $41.00 right now, which includes the two licenses as well as the AirMagic Premium Style (you can also buy more styles from the AirMagic Marketplace).
If you’re a professional drone pilot and have a drone business, Skylum has thought of you as well. AirMagic Business is $89.00, and that gets you five licenses.
So, AirMagic is easy to use, fast, and affordable. What’s not to like about that?
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