List of free Lightroom wedding presets from Sleeklens
Presets that can make 3D effects on your wedding photos
Introducing Lightroom brushes as an additional feature from Lightroom wedding presets
Are you planning to make some enhancements to your wedding photos? Don’t look no further, Sleeklens Lightroom wedding presets have it all. We offer the best presets you can use for the enhancement of your wedding photos.
As in the case of its Forever Thine Wedding Workflow. One of the unique features of these Sleeklens Lightroom wedding presets is that it has a 3D effect on your photo, and Forever Thine, needless to say, has that interesting feature.
With its 112 wedding presets to choose from, including its additional brushes, it is no wonder that this particular collection continues to make an impression to photographers and designers alike. Aside from allowing you to enhance your images with that 3D effect, you’re also given lots of choices as far as presets and brushes go.
You get to enhance your wedding pics the way you wanted it to be, even out of your own style and personality at times. You are in control of your own photo editing, which is a stark contrast compared to the old days when your photo editing is at the hands and mercy of your photographer.
Now, with these Sleeklens Lightroom wedding presets, you are in full control of your photo editing as soon as you have downloaded this app.
So get that Forever Thine wedding preset now or any other wedding preset that suits your fancy or taste. Don’t be afraid to experiment with these Sleeklens Lightroom wedding presets because you can redo your adjustments as quickly as you have used them with your images. It has tools, nonetheless, that even beginners can easily dig.
Start your Lightroom habit now; make it a part of your routine before, and even after you have posted your favorite pictures online. In no time, however, you will see the effect of having this app with you, as more viewers are following you online.
People are making big debates and arguments as to which software serves better.
Lightroom and Photoshop have their own unique features.
Lightroom is not just a simple post processing tool.
I have been in the photography industry for several years now and I’ve also used a lot of post processing tools along with it. Among all the tools that I’ve encountered with, Lightroom is my favorite as it helps me save time and effort in modifying my images. Ever since I got its first version, I know that this software will provide better service to its users.
Before Lightroom was officially announced, I thought that it’s just a simplified version of Adobe Photoshop wherein it can enhance images by using filters. But as days go by, my impression became a myth because Lightroom was definitely far from Photoshop. The program contains more useful and effective tools like the seven editing Modules (library, develop, map, print, web, slideshow, and book), presets, and more. (see picturechaser.com)
People are making big debates and arguments as to which software serves better. But, Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop have their own unique features. It shouldn’t be an issue from the start since the two software were built and developed by Adobe. Photoshop is dealing with more complex editing details while Lightroom is fast, convenient to use and can create portrait Lightroom presets.
There are a lot of people asking me if I would prefer Lightroom to photographers, well, the answer is yes. Nowadays, as photographers, we need something like Lightroom to help us with our editing workloads. Photoshop has actions, but the presets are easier to create. Presets are basically the heart and soul of the program. It can be used and modified all over again, plus, it can be applied to one or more images at once and with just a few and simple clicks.
Lightroom is not just a simple post-processing tool. It allows us, photographers, to live a simple, happy and joyous life because we’re allowed to modify our images the easiest way as possible.
A photographer will more often than not be judged by the quality of the images that they produce. They will also from time to time be judged on how consistent they are in their work. It is the same in photography as it is in other form of art, if someone looks at a photo you took, they ought to see your style and your personality shine through it. This is why it so important for you to ensure that you are as consistent as possible when it comes to your photography work.
One of the ways that you can use to ensure that your photographs are consistent is using the same monitor. Remember that each monitor or screen is not only different and calibrated differently, the technology used to make screens and monitors varies so much that the colors you see on one monitor may not be the same as those on another monitor. When you use the same monitor to adjust your images,you will not only be more consistent, your photographs will also look better since they will be “created equal”.
A lot of people do not take into consideration the mouse they use when doing their post-production work. Granted, you do not need the latest laser mouse with space and distance precision of up to 15 decimal points but you at least need a mouse that is pretty accurate. This is so that your clicks, color choices and slider/adjustment movements are as accurate as possible. This is especially important if you do a lot of work with Adobe Lightroom. Trust me, those two seconds that you waste repeating a task or redoing an adjustment when creating a Lightroom Preset could very easily become a good number of lost hours for every month of work you do. Using a high precision mouse will allow you to hit the right colors and adjustments all the time thereby helping in its own small way to ensuring your work is consistent and accurate.
Speaking of Lightroom Presets, it is known that a designer or photographers who creates under water action camera Lightroom presets has a certain style to their work and their presets always have a certain “look” and “feel” to them. If you create your own presets, always try to ensure that they are as similar as possible. If you do not create them yourself, ensure that you get them either from the same designer or photographer or from designers and photographers with the same style.