Now I'm starting to move to a completely different level. I got my first simple mirrorless, I started to shoot in RAW and edit in Lightroom. And this is my first pack of presets, which I use now.
The main thing is don't be afraid to experiment with everything, these presets will help to achieve pleasant colors, but this doesn't mean that you won't have to do anything else. The main part of the process is still on you. Work on composition and light, and then you will definitely achieve better results. "
Sunset Nice red, yellow. Makes the sunset bright and rich.
City. Pleasant gray shades, deeper yellow and red shades. Ideal for daytime photos of the city.
GreenForest. Pleasant deep green color.
Summer. preset for summer photos, rich colors.
Summer 2. More saturated and juicy preset than the previous one.
Georgia. Also ideal for nature. Forest, mountains and waterfalls.
Summer Portrait. Warm tones. Softens the skin and makes portraits less contrasting, softer.
Winter Portrait. The preset is opposite to the previous one in shades. It is dominated by cold tones, but also created for soft portraits.
Stars. Ideal for the night sky. Well highlights the stars. It makes a nice blue sky (especially if it is purple in the photo, which is often due to the camera profile settings)
- Guide for installation and synchronization of presets with a smartphone
- Auxiliary materials