This is the main preset Tuscany collection is based off of. It provides that beautiful warmth we’re all drawn to – but not too much so as to take away from the original colors of the image. True whites, soft skin tones, cooler shadows & greens, & tones that pop.
A modification of Preset 1. I love this preset in situations where lighting and shadows are naturally much more contrasty and bold in real life, and therefore; starting out with an even cleaner, toned down preset helps to preserve the same editorial feel without having to make too many adjustments to preset 1.
A fun twist on the classic preset by adding a cool filmy feel to the end result. I love mixing it up depending on the shoot / location and using this preset. Play with stripping all the grain for a clean film-looking shot or do the same by adding a little extra grain.
My favorite classic black and white, adjusted to feel like a filmier black and white upon first applying. Play around with the b+w modifiers to achieve the look you love.
Toning is where the majority of editing styles vary. These modifiers allow for the MOST versatility in your image. Cool them down by bringing out bright whites and cooler shadows while maintaining stunningly warm skin tones.
Taking warmth one step further with the golden tones. Perfect for sunset shots that allow the warmth to really dominate the image.
Greens can vary in so many different colors - when needed, or for a bit of a different feel to your greens, cool / tone them down in one click.
Adding just a bit more warmth to those shadows & highlights that makes the whites a little creamer and the colors even more golden - when desired.
Brightening the images highlights and creating an overall brighter black and white.
I love a little bit of color and warmth in my black and white, but I also love a clean and classic black and white image. If you are battling with straying from the traditional, I understand the feeling and I’ve got you covered with this modifier.
I use this on 75% of my images. Depending on the lighting scenario, skin can tend to look dark and red in shadows, or sometimes skin is naturally flush. No matter the cause, this quickly does the trick creating beautiful even skin tones and your subjects' faces or other areas of their skin are now clear and visible.
This brush is for amplifying the sunset and surrounding scenery to create that stunning golden hour glow. Gently brush it over the background and an image turns from duller colors to much more bold.
Detailed recommended camera and shoot settings to make sure you are fully set to make the most use out of the presets when you’re finally ready to edit in Lightroom.
In depth PDFIn depth PDF explaining the modifiers & brushes and when I use them so you can have a quick guide to reference! You won’t be left questioning what each one is for or how I use them.