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These presets pay homage to Kodachrome. Saturated, warm colors punctuated by robust reds and delicious yellows are juxtaposed with flat, de-emphasized cool tones. This pack was created for those photographers that love using color more as a feeling than as a description.
• Adobe® Lightroom® 4 or later
• Adobe® Camera Raw CS6 or later
Everything is better with cake. Birthday Cake, like the others in this pack, works best on warm toned images (I’m not kidding. Add 1000K-1500K to an image to try it out). If you keep sliding the temperature up and aren’t loving the yellow grass, the “Yllw B’gone” tool will clear up all your botanical woes so you can keep those skin tones gold and glowing.
Hot peach desserts are always best and this preset is no exception; it looks amazing with warm temperatures (especially the skin tones!). It’s also best when served with ice cream (note: this is unrelated to presets, I just really like talking about dessert). Peaches will go as warm as you’d like it to, but if you go too warm and the yellow grass gets you down, just add the “Yllw B’gone” tool for a quick fix.
Named after a rather polarizing flavored dessert because it’s not for everyone, but I love it. I love using it for receptions especially; it handles yellow light especially nicely. Pistachio Macaron has warm undertones and faded white and black points. Fun fact: did you know Monet never used black in his paintings? It’s true, and he was, like, super famous, so you’re OK to not use them, too, probably.
A black and white preset for lovers of actual black and white film. Sort of. There’s at least nearly black blacks and nearly white whites, but Oreo was made to get along with the other desserts in this pack so no true black will be found here (or in the others!). If you’re feeling fancy, bring up the “shadows" slider a bit to show some texture, but I think of Oreo as a “one click wonder.”
Previously called “Girls Gone Mild” because this is the foot in the door to re-envisioning your editing color palate/ I love Strawberry Tart for images that I want to look light and airy. It works well in tricky and harsh lighting situations, too. It’s a little pink toned and reminds me a bit of film. Plus it looks rad on skin tones!
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