Retro Focus – Premium Artistic 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.
- Gold on a Blue Day
- No Damn Smoking
- Surfs Up Dudes
- Wash Me I
- Wash Me II
Gold on a Blue Day
When editing bright outdoor crowd and artist photos stand out from everyone else at the event with the slick and tough to replicate “Gold on a Blue Day” retro Lightroom preset. The blue shadows and golden highlights cast an alarming beautiful look that is very unique.
No Damn Smoking
Say hello to our favorite retro preset released so far! By stripping most of the colors, adding a slight bit of grunge, glow enhancing magic and a special tone curve we’ve created the delicately beautiful “No Damn Smoking” complete with our expertly hand crafted title. Don’t listen to the title though because this preset goes with smoky photos like coffee on a Monday. Take years of life from your photos today with “No Damn Smoking”.
Surfs Up Dudes
The awesome “Surfs Up Dudes” preset is our best preset so far for getting that timeless color film look. Why have bright and high contrast photos like everyone else when you can add the personal touch of character and history? This preset can be used for much more than concerts alone and will make a versatile and often used tool in Lightroom.
Wash Me I
This single click preset does exactly what the title says: Washes out most of your colors and contrast for the retro film look your parents dream in. Retro concert photos make a bold and artistic statement that screams attention and “Wash Me II” is a preset that doesn’t fall short.
Wash Me II
This single click preset does exactly what the title says: Washes out most of your colors and contrast for the retro film look your parents dream in. Retro concert photos make a bold and artistic statement that screams attention and “Wash Me II” is a preset that doesn’t fall short. You’ll notice the difference between this and version one is that “Wash Me II” tones down highlights with that slightly scary red hue.