fashion blogger’s curve preset // pack 01
December 26, 2014
I am happy to announce that my first set of Photoshop curve presets is up online, ready for you to download and use! You can download the whole 5-presets pack via Gumroad, at this link.
But what are those curve presets all about and why “fashion blogger’s”?
The presets are aimed at those of you that have very little time to spend in post-processing your set of images. Choose which one of the 5 presets fits your images best and then you can use them as a final touch or as the only post-processing tool. You can always play with the opacity of the layer to achieve the desired unique effect.
The idea hit me while talking a few months ago with my good friend Mishuella about her blog. College fun time is over and now she’s working a full time job, which means less time to invest in her personal fashion blog. When to find the time to learn post-processing and find the best editing recipe for each of her sessions? That’s where my presets come in handy!
They are 5 new different curve presets, extremely easy to use (I’ll show you how in an upcoming article, so stay tuned) for anyone, no matter your level of knowledge of Photoshop. In order to make them unique and tailored for everyone’s needs, so I developed them from Mishuella‘s own images. Afterwards, I’ve tested those presets on some of my own photos and I was very happy with how they turned out. Obviously, Miha was the first to test them after they were ready and she is now very happy using them (plus, now she invests less time in post-processing and more in photographing her outfits).
If you have any questions, don’t be shy, I’m happily willing to help you out!
Don’t forget the download link!
See below the before and afters!
From Mishuella (all credits for the photos go to her and her photographer):
And from my own archive, a few images from Sevilla (for the traveling blogger in you):