Wow - looks like you really like Presetpond :)

Wow - looks like you really like Presetpond :)

Created by for Aperture

1 preset(s) in pack
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Aperture Preset - Cappuccino

Desaturated but saving skin tones
Brown Colors + a bit of blue
Good for street portraits


On May 13, 2011 andrearusky said:

I’m glad you like it :)

On May 16, 2011 m. said:

the presets of Aperture are only for 7d?

On May 16, 2011 andrearusky said:

Hi !

I made 2 presets with textures before (“Milky Shadows and Vintage Textures”) and those are specifics for 7D and 5DmkII (because the texture will match the resolution of those 2 cameras).

All the other presets don’t have textures, so you can use them with any file/cameras.

This preset, for example, will work on any cameras :)

On June 30, 2011 wu said:

feel this presets is very good, i like this style

On July 14, 2011 refugee_p said:

standout preset, well done bro

On July 26, 2011 Neo1987 said:


On September 20, 2011 Gonzalas said:

how come after i downloaded… i found it wasnt a .lrtemplate file?
catnt install..need some guidance here..thanks

On September 20, 2011 andrearusky said:

Hi Gonzalas,
I`m sorry, you are in the wrong section.
This is an Aperture Template (as you can see in the title of this page)

On September 21, 2011 Gonzalas said:

oh..thanks..i saw my mistake,.. sorry for that..
Anyway any Lightroom version for this preset..? would love to have it

On September 21, 2011 andrearusky said:

No problem!
Lightroom unfortunately doesn’t have the same tools that Aperture has.
I usually create my color grading using RGB curves, because the result it’s always predictable in all the applications like Aperture and the Adobe apps (Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro). Lightroom is the only Adobe app that doesn’t support full control over the RGB curves.

I recorded the workflow I used with Aperture, you can check it here:
(it’s still loading, it should be online in 30 minutes maybe)

Just to show you what are the steps, so maybe you can re-create something similar with Lightroom, or maybe you can decide to switch to Aperture :)

Let me know if it’s all clear.. maybe with the video compression, you can see the subtle differences with the adjustments.. I tried to click “on” and “off” for each adjustment, to see what it was used for.

Hope it helps!


On May 21, 2012 cmdevereux said:

Love this one – so useful for so many situations! Thanks!

On October 23, 2012 kwiatek said:

thanks for sharing. Greetings from Munich

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