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Lomo Preset

If you love film and lomography then you adore this preset. This preset gives a dramatic retro look to the photos. Check it out

Danville No.2

This is a contrasty B&W conversion with Curves tweak. It works for a really polished black and white, as well as a gritty o

Sunnylight Polarized

This preset for daylight shots with polarized filter. Enchance the sky but not destruct skin color.

By for Lightroom
Deeper Than Deep

When you take pictures, sometimes the photos are too flat and plain so I made this preset that will be able to quickly turn you

Soft Tones Dreamy (for LR4)

This is based on my previous preset “Soft Tones Dreamy” I made for Aperture. Since many of you have asked for a Lig

Partial Colors – Red, Blue, G

This is a set of presets for making black and white pictures with single colors remaining. Including: Red, Blue, Green, Yellow,

Kristina With a K

This is the perfect “golden light” portrait preset. Boosts greens & yellows. Best for spring/summer during suns

Is This Te One?

I really love the fresh and light skintones you see in pictures on the various weddingsites and -weblogs. Most of the presets a

By for Lightroom

A creamy, faded look that works great for portraits, and gives greenery a nice yellowed look. This preset works best with photo

Wild West

Perfect for photos of the desert or barren landscapes. Saturates colors, adds definition, sharpens details, brings out highligh

Vanity Fair

Lightroom 3.0 or later presets inspired by Vanity Fair. these presets can be used for a variety of shots but were designed for

By for Lightroom

A simple preset that boost the colors with a bit o vignette. Ideal to take you out to the ball game.

By for Aperture

Another preset wich tries to simulate an instagram preset, in this case Nashville preset.

Fake Tungsten

My 1st tungsten preset. Cool look for your shots with just a little bit of purple and blue.

Vestige Chromatic Plate

Attempts to mimic the appearance of chromatic plate photography from 19th century science journals. Works best with flowers, le

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