Advanced Workflow I – Preset Bundle

$39.99

Description

Concert Presets for Lightroom now includes the Advanced Workflow bundle for Photographers. These 12 advanced presets were specifically designed to give you a fast start, correct red and blue light issues, intensify the look and feel of your photos and correct for some difficult to fix issues.

Pair the Advanced Workflow Concert Presets with the Basic Workflow and you’ve got everything you need. For a huge boost of additional power, especially for correcting reds, blues, and greens at precise levels with post-removal enhancements check out the Color Correction Lightroom Preset Bundle.

Whether you’re a beginning photographer or an experienced pro you can save time and get better results in your Lightroom 4, 5 and 6 workflow with these single click adjustment and correction presets. These presets have been specifically created, tested and used by pro photographers to get accurate results without degrading image quality.

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Presets Included:

  • A Pretty Good Start
  • Cool Us Down, Orange
  • Practically Normal
  • Correct Red I
  • Correct Red II
  • Correct Blue I
  • Correct Blue II
  • From Blue to Better I
  • From Blue to Better II
  • I Hate the Purple Shift
  • Only Cool Hues
  • Only Warm Hues
  • Practically Normal

 

A Pretty Good Start
The preset “A Pretty Good Start” does exactly what it’s named. It’s a great base for many different photographs and lighting situations and it shortens the amount of basic editing you’ll have.

Practically Normal
This is one of those presets that you’ll find yourself using all of the time. “Practically Normal” gives your photograph the little boost it needs without overdoing it. This preset is perfect for well exposed photographs.

Correct Red I
Every concert photographer will run into the dreaded red lights at both large and small venues. Unfortunately there’s nothing we can do to avoid it. You can use an external flash to offset the lighting but many venues don’t allow flash photography. This single click “Correct Red I” preset will solve this problem by adjusting red channels and other settings to bring back detail and minimize the harsh, unsightly red light. Just check out our before and after picture to see how easy and powerful this plugin is! The before image was taken directly from the camera as a RAW file and the only work done was one click on this preset.

Correct Red II
This single click “Correct Red II” preset will solve this problem by adjusting red channels and other settings to bring back detail and minimize the harsh, unsightly red light. Just check out our before and after picture to see how easy and powerful this plugin is! The before image was taken directly from the camera as a RAW file and the only work done was one click on this preset. This single click “Correct Red II” preset will solve this problem by adjusting red channels and other settings to bring back detail and minimize the harsh, unsightly red light. Just check out our before and after picture to see how easy and powerful this plugin is! The before image was taken directly from the camera as a RAW file and the only work done was one click on this preset.

Correct Blue I
OK, forget the red concert lighting problem! What about the blue concert lights? That’s where this nifty preset comes in! One single click on the “Correct Blue I” Lightroom preset and your problems should nearly be gone. Leaving just enough blue while greatly enhancing the lost detail is almost too easy now. The before image was taken directly from the camera as a RAW file and the only work done was one click on this preset.

Correct Blue II
OK, forget the red concert lighting problem! What about the blue concert lights? That’s where this nifty preset comes in! One single click on the “Correct Blue II” Lightroom preset and your problems should nearly be gone. Unlike “Correct Blue I” this preset removes blue almost entirely to bring you beautiful muted reds & grays  The before image was taken directly from the camera as a RAW file and the only work done was one click on this preset.