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Photo Serge Portrait Presets for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Lightroom Presets Specifically Made for Portraits

This Lightroom Preset pack contains 53 Lightroom presets made to enhance, correct or dramatically change your portrait photos. 

Contains:

10 black & white presets
10 basic presets (normal adjustments to portraits)
11 fashion presets (bigger changes for dramatic effects)
22 more presets to quickly change the color, contrast, detail and even add vintage effects to your photos.

Bonus:

Now also includes the same presets for Photohshop so you can load them in Camera RAW as well.

 

 

 

Details & Requirements


Length: 0 Hours 3 Minutes

Experience Level: Beginner

Tags: Presets Lightroom

Required Software: Lightroom or Photoshop with free Camera RAW plug in

Read these instructions to get started with the course: Read Me 1st on Training

Read these instructions for help on installing presets: Read Me 1st on Presets

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Preset "Lights: Silhouette Enhancer"

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Preset "Basic: Recover Details"

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Preset "B&W: Gritty"

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Preset "Vintage: Polaroid Portrait"

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Preset "Lights: Glowing Brights & Skin"

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Preset "Fashion: Contrast"

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Preset "Basic: Natural Light"

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Preset "Basic: Outdoor Warm Center"

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Preset "Fashion: Pink & Blue"

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Preset "B&W: Contrast"

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Preset "Fashion: Warm"

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Vintage: Polaroid Portrait

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Preset "After: B&W: Simple"

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Preset "Temperature: De-Purple"

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Preset "Temperature: B&W from Bad Colors"

Lessons


3m 34s

Lesson 1: How to install and use the Presets

Here I teach you how to install and use the presets.


Source File

Source File to download to follow along with the lesson.


Photoshop Camera RAW Presets

Download Photoshop Camera RAW Presets from here. (They are in the XMP format)


Lightroom Presets: Portrait Essentials

Includes over 50 presets for portrait photography, compatible with Lightroom 5.


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