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This set includes 19 Lightroom presets for RAW images designed to compliment fine art photography and give a hint of a film-like quality to the photos. These create creamy skin tones, clarify details, and add just the right amount of film-like grain to your photos.
Created by Ginny Silver of Retrospect Images , after years of editing photos to have a ‘looks like film’ quality to them, these presets use the methods developed to keep images bright and airy while adding in beautiful grain, clarity, and softening colors.
The set is broken down into three categories- black and white, details, and portrait. Use the detail presets to process you detail photos and the portrait presets to edit any photos with people in them to create a flattering skin tone.
- WORKS WITH ALL DESKTOP VERSIONS OF LIGHTROOM
- WORKS WITH RAW IMAGE FILES
- INSTANT DOWNLOAD
- INCLUDES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
To keep the guess work out of applying the presets, each preset has been given a name that describes the type of subject photographed and details about the specific lighting condition, colors, or textures that were photographed.
This collection includes:
- Preset Installation Instructions are included in the download
- BW ANTIQUE
- BW DREAMY
- BW HIGH CONTRAST
- BW SOFT
- BW SUBTLE
- FINE ART STANDARD
- DETAILS – BRIGHT AND AIRY
- DETAILS – COLORED
- DETAILS – NEUTRALS
- DETAILS – SOFT AND LIGHT
- DETAILS – DELICATE AND LUMINOUS
- PORTRAIT – LUMINOUS
- PORTRAIT – SHADE
- PORTRAIT – DREAMY
- PORTRAIT – EVEN LIGHT
- PORTRAIT – LUMINOUS AND BOLD
- PORTRAIT – SHADE AND VIBRANT COLORS
- PORTRAIT – SOFT LIGHT
- PORTRAIT – SOFT NEUTRAL
-Select a preset that best describes the AUTHENTIC lighting condition or subject (you can also view a preview of the preset by hovering over the preset with your cursor in Lightroom)
-Adjust the WHITE BALANCE to best fit the temperature and setting your image was created under. Try clicking on AUTO or AS SHOT and then adjust slightly warmer or cooler if needed until its just right
-Adjust the EXPOSURE as needed