Pa’i ki’i Imagery

January 10, 2009

Lightroom Presets

Filed under: Lightroom,Photography,Software — paikiiimagery @ 1:07 pm
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Two great features of Lightroom are it’s ability to create virtual copies that exist only within LR and not on your hard drive. Then you can take the copy and apply a preset (a group of settings) in this case a combination of Develop settings to come up with different treatments for an image.  You can let your fancy run free.

The LR preset for this image is called Neg Kodak VC 160 warm. It’s actually designed to convert your color negatives just copied with your digital camera for a Kodak VC 160 film. This is a Point Curve Preset by  radical edits to the Tone Curve. In order to subvert Lightroom’s parametric Tone Curve, you must either edit the Tone Curve in Adobe Camera Raw or edit the Preset by hand.

Funky Lightroom Preset

You can easily create your own or some websites sell them or you can find free ones.  This was downloaded from Inside Lightroom


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