Lightroom Presets

Presets – Artistic Tints Volume 1

Happy preset day folks. This time around I’ve got a few artistic tinting effects for you. This first volume focusses in on the red/orange/yellow/greenish colors. They’re great for those classic effects and you’ll find they work best on senior portraits, wedding photos, and generally photos with people in them (although I’ve used them on landscapes as well). As always, they’re free to download and I’m always anxious to hear your comments on how you use these presets and ways in which you tweak them for your own work. Enjoy!

Click here to see a sample of the preset.
Click here to download Matt’s Artistic Tints Vol. 1 Presets
Click here to see a video on how to install presets.

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8 comments

  1. carlos 1 September, 2008 at 22:39 Reply

    Great stuff as always Matt. I have come to look forward to your presets. You do such a great job. I have downloaded all of your previous presets. Please keep up all the good work.

  2. Kay 9 July, 2008 at 14:18 Reply

    Matt, since you’re the master (:) I’ll ask you, perhaps you know and can help me out.

    How come that my photo’s look so much brighter and more vibrant in lightroom and Photoshop than they do in my internet browser?

  3. Scott McGregor 8 July, 2008 at 23:16 Reply

    Matt!! Your presets have changed how edit photos and taken my stuff to new levels. Thank you 1000 times over!

    Scott from Canada

    p.s. tell Dave Cross: Canada misses him, but understands his work elsewhere is needed. 🙂

  4. David Latour 8 July, 2008 at 21:47 Reply

    Great stuff as always Matt. I have come to look forward to your presets. You do such a great job. I have downloaded all of your previous presets. Please keep up all the good work.

  5. Nancy Coyle 8 July, 2008 at 18:29 Reply

    These look great… I also have to tell you how much I loved last weeks presets. They really worked well with the set of images I am working on!!! Thanks as always!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Dilip Barman 8 July, 2008 at 14:03 Reply

    Thanks! I like split-toning and setting hilights to the same settings as shadows, which you’ve nicely done in these convenient presets. A nice feature for when you do want to lock hilights to shadows would be to have a checkbox in LR that lets one vary the settings but keep them in synch between hilights and shadows. Thanks, Matt!

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