Warm Landscape/Portrait Tones for Lightroom
Created by photographer and photoshop artist Andrew Gook. These presets bring out the warm tones in your photos, giving you a beautiful summer image. Great for travel, street style, lifestyle and landscape photography.
These presets will work great on your street and life style photos, giving you a nice clarity boost and colorful enhancements!
- 10 Lightroom Presets
- Warm Summer Tones
- Clean Natural Light
- Free Help File
This product is compatible with Lightroom 4-6, Lightroom CC, and Lightroom Classic CC. Lightroom Presets are compatible with RAW and JPEG photos.
Andrew has included ten incredible presets for you to play around with and use on all of your photos! Continue reading to find out more on how you can use these filters.
Blue Jay | Brighten up the shadows and pull down the highlights – great for dark photos with leading lines of light to bring warmth to the photo
Flamingo | Brightens greens and drags darks down to compliment the contrast – great for lifestyle photography in a city setting
Goose | This warming preset brings the warmth out of the photo by adding orange hues – great for landscape photography
Hummingbird | Creates a warming glow to the photo to mimic summer feels – organ, yellow and red hues are slightly pulled up
Loon | Exposure, contrast, and clarity are increased to bring out the detail of the photo – great for adding detail and light to a dull lifestyle/landscape RAW file
Owl | Brings the whites out in the photo – great for landscape photography
Parrot | Greens are lowered to allows for more light and warmth – great for portraits and photography with a contrast of shadows and light
Pigeon | Glack and white preset with the shadows decreased to brighten it up – this is great with both landscape and portraits, as it brings out the great intricacies of the photo
Swan | Pulls out the whites and blacks to bring a washed out look to the photo – great when used with the sky and photos with predominantly black and white textures
Woodpecker | Brightens up the sunlight in darker photos to mimic sunlight/day time – this is great for dark RAW files you want to appear as if they were taken in direct sunlight