Portuguese sound: Filippo Cinotti’s presets x Wh?re
Natural Adventure Styles for Adobe Lightroom
These presets were created by Italian adventure photographer, Filippo Cinotti, also known as @phil.cino! Use this bundle to enhance the scenery in your photos giving you a beautiful look.
Filippo created these presets after traveling all over Italy and Europe taking various adventure and landscape photos. Using these presets, you can intensify your photos to create natural photos in any light.
Start editing with these awesome adventure presets from Filippo Cinotti.
- 9 Adventure Lightroom Presets
- Clean Tones
- Vibrant Colors
- Free Help Files and Support
This product is compatible with Lightroom 4-6, Lightroom CC, and Lightroom Classic CC. Lightroom Presets are compatible with RAW and JPEG photos.
IN THE BOX
In the box you’ll find these 9 presets created to celebrate Portugal.
– Moody green GoPro
An intense trip inside the pure smell of wild nature. This filter will exalt green tones, maintaining the global balance of the pic.
A sun ray from the top and a dark scene. It will become brighter and colorful.
Nice pure tones, really near to pink and purple that will exalt architecture shots and portraits.
The right filter to describe the hot days of portuguese summer. Dark shadows and bright lights will define the shapes.
An atmosphere of mistery will be given by this filter. Shadows will disappear and a warm light will enlight the scene.
My favourite one of this series. a white light and pure colors of the water are the only things that a picture from Portugal required.
-Emerald pool GoPro
A filter for your GoPro shots! It will exalt the light from the sun and the color of the sea, maintaining a good balance of lights.
-Dome visions – Blue GoPro
A filter for your dome shots. Water color will tend to dark blue and shadows will be less dark.
-Dome visions – Emerald GoPro
An emerald water filter for your dome pics. Shadows are more black and details quite brighter.
Obviously all the filter required a post-work to adapt them to your necessities. Keep attention both to radial and graduate filter positioning!