Posts Tagged "Lightroom Preset"

Lightroom Preset: Color Pop

The “Color Pop” preset for Lightroom is designed to be used as a starting point when you are trying to achieve a natural looking image. It boosts colors, creating a more vibrant look without effecting the basic tone of the
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Lightroom Presets: Fields of Gold & Golden Girls

While archiving some images that I took years ago, I came up with two new Adobe Lightroom presets that work as great sepia alternatives. The “Fields of Gold” preset is designed to warm up images and enhance the bokeh effect
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Lightroom Preset: Golden Hour

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I was looking for a really warm and bright Lightroom to bring out the classic “golden hour” look in some photos taken in normal daylight. Unhappy with any of the
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Lightroom Preset: Classic Black and White

In January 2012 I had a chance to photograph select members of Ocala’s Symphony orchestra. The series featured solo artists as well as music director Matthew Wardell (pictured in the example image below).
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