The best things about cinematic presets

Cinematic presets are presets that keep your photos epic and alive no matter how bad the raw version of the photos looks. They bring out the highlight and shadows in a photography and keep them looking stunning👍 and professional. They keep and maintain a very artistic 🎨 and dramatic 🎭 effects on the photographs making it more beautiful and great.

Cinematic presets can either get your photos cold or warm depending on what you want. To work with cinematic presets you have to really have some sense of colors, an inner feeling of color 🌈 harmony. Photos can really look moody, dull and pale without cinematic presets but you wouldn’t know if you are not addicted to it. You can use this presets in any kind of photography especially outdoor and landscapes, it is also good on portraits and macros.

ost times you would want your photos detailed out, deep toned and epic in its looking, you can always achieve these with cinematic presets. Most Instagram popular photographers have really taken advantage of the preset in the and they even get to create more of them by themselves, example is Mattdotgarcia ,Mike Meyers and Brandon woefoel. These are their IG names so you can visit their pages to see their photos and get inspired.. I really get a lot of inspiration from them.

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6 thoughts on “The best things about cinematic presets

  1. If you have access to Photoshop, try installing, and using LUT files. They are normally used in cinematography, but can also be applied to photographs. I use them fairly regular to add a little oomph to my photos. You’ll find loads of LUT files freely available on the Web. If you don’t have Photoshop, LUT files also work with Gimp – and Gimp is free.

    Keep up the good work.

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  2. Yes, I agree – cinematic presets can be very useful to transform a sometimes bland image into a more appealing photograph. I often use “Affinity Photo” to make adjustments.

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