Have you tried Serge Ramelli preset package

8 months 1 week ago #659186 by Roger Lang
I've seen this guys video's come across my YouTube channel and he seems to have some pretty decent deals from time to time.  Wondering how things look behind the curtain?  


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8 months 6 days ago #659194 by Don Granger
Can't say I have, but his LR video's are helpful.  I have a few saved in my favorites.  


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8 months 6 days ago #659279 by garyrhook
Presets in LR are only good to show you how something might be accomplished. Unless your source image is identical to that used to develop the preset, you will still have work to do. I suggest you go find free ones that are in the style you desire, and use them to learn to do your own PP, and develop your presets.

IMNSHO, of course.

N.B. Serge is great, and knows his stuff. I've learned things from him. But learning how and why is far more valuable than a "what". Again, IMNSHO.


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8 months 6 days ago #659289 by Nikon Shooter
Presets — like canned food — may possibly show spectacular
results, Roger, but none will ever teach you how to cook!

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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8 months 5 days ago #659301 by hghlndr6
I've learned a lot from Serge.  Valuable stuff ... How and why he does what he does.  But presets, I have no use for them.

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8 months 18 hours ago #659850 by Flash Steven
Nope, I just watch his video's on YouTube

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