Okay, before we get cracking, if you don't know me you might want to know what qualifies me to talk about this subject? I'd like to give you a brief introduction...
I have been a full time professional photographer now for around 10 years. I started off as a graphic designer and I then became an in-house photographer for the design agency I was working for. My career went on from there and then took a slight turning when I begun running photography courses in 2008. This happened purely by chance, but I found something that I fell in love with. Seeing people have that 'lightbulb moment' is something that always keeps my inspired. Now I offer many different photography courses, even a brand new online creative course.
I have been shooting film for a long time now, before digital was really an option. Digital then became an option and eventually an affordable one, but I was never that impressed with the results. I used to say that film was a 'romantic view' and digital a 'clinical view'. Thankfully digital image sensors have got better and better and now with a little help from software we can inject a bit of the film character back in to our digital photos.
My software option of choice is Adobe Lightroom. Purely because I think it's great for managing and organising your photographs as well as processing them to a point that I'm really happy with the results. Lightroom offers many ways that for me make the whole process much quicker and for me that is a great benefit.
So after years of making Develop Presets for Lightroom I have now come up with a set of 10 colour film presets. I'm offering these for sale for just £5. Currently on offer for just £1.
Of course you can always modify these presets to your own tastes. I will be adding more presets very soon too, always a set of 10 for just £5.
After you have paid you will get a download link for the 10 files in a .zip file. Instructions on how to install these presets in to Lightroom are below.
Let's see some of the results though...