Categorizing is somehow, a human nature. We tend to do it in almost every part of our lives. Developing and editing our photos, isn’t different. We categorize our workflow to “technical” or “creative”. If we use a “technical” workflow, we want to get the most of our photo – more details, wider dynamic range, more
We try to do our best for the photographers community, so we need a feedback from members of this community. We sent out review copies of our Skin & Scenery Color Profiles, to a few professional independent photographers we’ve never met before and asked them to start working with these DNG profiles, in their regular workflow. This is
After installing the Skin & Scenery Color package,
you are ready to explore your new possibilities.
Using Skin & Scenery Color profiles – Adobe Camera Raw (Photoshop and Elements) and Lightroom
1. In Adobe Camera Raw window (Photoshop CS4, CS5 or Elements 8-9), click on the “Camera Calibration” tab:
In Lightroom, switch to the “Develop” module and expand the “Camera Calibration” tab:
Now, choose the desired profile from the “Camera Profile” menu (Photoshop) or the “Profile” menu (Lightroom):
PSKiss Skin & Scenery Color profiles – Properties and Features chart
The following chart explains the characteristics of each profile:
After you extract the zip file you downloaded, you will find these items:
- CameraProfiles folder – contains the DNG profile files.
- LR Presets folder – contains Lightroom presets that use these profiles.
- PS Presets folder – contains Adobe Camera Raw presets that use these profiles (compatible with Photoshop and Elements).
- Disclaimer and ReadMe files
Click here to get your copy of Aging Film Presets! How to install PSKiss Aging Film ACR Presets The easiest way to install ACR presets, is via your operating system: Extract the .zip file you downloaded. Select all the Camera Raw Settings folder and select its content (the files with .xmp suffix). Open up Finder
Click here to view PSKiss SuperMatic product page If looks could kill… You buy a good camera, you add a good lens, you take great photos. But… They all look the same. Ha. Fact of life… Well, everyone wants to give their photos a unique look. Something different. The problem is that in order to
When working with a large number of photos, using presets in Adobe Camera Raw window increases productivity. Lets say you prefer a certain color profile and you want to reproduce this particular look, on a lot of photos. First, we recommend that you get your camera’s Cross Camera Color DNG Profile pack. Check out the supported