1709130 The VSOC Portrait Bundle 695635
LRTEMPLATE, XMP, JPG | 38 Mb
Bringing together four sets of acclaimed portrait presets, THE VSCO PORTRAIT BUNDLE is a superb collection of finely crafted and tuned presets.
Black Mobius; designed to bring out the punch and edge of any portrait photo, creating and sculpting deep darks and faded blacks, splashed with a deep grain to finish.
Black Mobius comes along with 3 other settings (BM-, BM–, BM+) to help craft and finely tune the power of this incredible preset.
DAYLIGHT MATTE PORTRAITS
The Daylight Matte Portraits Preset Package has been designed to bring out the edgy, deep, pressed look of the classic Matte style; this is perfect for those daylight portraits.
This Washed VSCO Preset Package has been carefully designed to closely emulate the classic VSCO look, providing a washed out yet refined processing, giving any photo it graces a beautifully soft glow.
This Washed Out VSCO comes along with 2 other settings (WO- and WO+) to help craft and finely tune the power of this incredible preset.
Polaroid Paradise is based off of the popular Polaroid Impossible PX680 Colour Film, with minor tweaks to bring out a warmer tone. Perfect for adding that nostalgic feeling into your favourite photos, Polaroid Paradise will enable you to create that timeless look with the click of a button.
Paradise Punch comes along with 2 other settings (PP- and PP+) to help craft and finely tune the power of this incredible preset.
This pack contains:
Black Mobius Preset for Lightroom and Photoshop.
Daylight Matte Portraits Preset for Lightroom and Photoshop.
Washed VSCO Preset for Lightroom and Photoshop.
Polaroid Paradise Preset for Lightroom and Photoshop.
20 High Resolution Photographs to work on
All of these are compressed into 2 RAR files.
After downloading and extracting the presets into your folder of choice, open Lightroom and right-click on the folder you want to import the preset into. Click ‘import’, and select the downloaded preset.
When processing a photo, get the desired colour temperature and exposure in your image first, then click on the preset to apply it. You may need to fine tune the exposure after the edit has been applied.