A preset for your architectural photos.

Written by on January 19, 2009 in Presets - 14 Comments

Hi all! I was out this weekend and took some architectural photos of different environments. One of the shots was this old church door. I like the framing of it and the wooden ornaments in the middle. Beside that the colors of it was quite faded and gray, so I decided to boost it a little. And that’s when I came up with this new preset called PH Green Door.

I have tried it on a couple of photos I’ve taken during cloudy days and it really works great.

Preset in action

SOOC/ORIGINAL:
SOOC - Straight Out Of Camera

PH Green Door:
PH Green Door

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14 Comments on "A preset for your architectural photos."

  1. Sunny January 19, 2009 at 10:12 pm ·

    Thanks – I have just the pictures to use this on.

  2. Dene January 20, 2009 at 1:43 am ·

    I love this! There’s the rustic feel in the photograph, just what I wanted! Thanks!

  3. grandma photographer January 20, 2009 at 1:50 am ·

    Is that the preset you use for RAW DNG or JPEG? I’m a lover of the Lightroom myself. Those preset are much better than the Adobe Photoshop but every once in a while I use the Adobe Photoshop to use the template which the lightroom dont have the accessible. I have a very good picture of my grandkids that I adjust the lightroom then go to Adobe Photoshop to create the template. I’ve always love the Lightroom the most. And I’m a photographer for the army nearly 29 years. Whoowhoo look back from beginning to now it has change alot.

  4. Pierre January 20, 2009 at 7:26 am ·

    You’re welcome Dene!

  5. Pierre January 20, 2009 at 7:32 am ·

    Grandma photographer…
    For most of the time I shoot in RAW, so most of my Lightroom presets are made for RAW images. Sometimes you need to adjust them a little to be able to use them on your JPEG’s. “Clarity” and “Saturation” might be two thing to adjust/reduce in this preset if you are using JPEG’s.
    I can imagine the difference 29 years ago and now!
    Thanks!

  6. Brandon Oelling January 21, 2009 at 11:03 pm ·

    Nice vignetting!

    |B

  7. Pierre January 22, 2009 at 7:14 am ·

    Thanks, Brandon!

  8. Grandma photographer January 28, 2009 at 6:57 pm ·

    Hey Pierre,
    Just hope you stay warm where ever you are!! Anyway, Just wanted you to know if you have seen my picture from flickr yet that I posted last week. I will be adding more photos into it sometime next week when I am settle down.

  9. GIANNIS June 5, 2009 at 11:43 am ·

    Болшое спасибо за ети прекрасные пресеты, я вам очень благодарен, и по прежнему восхищяюсь вашими работами.

  10. Pierre June 5, 2009 at 12:15 pm ·

    Eh, Thanks (I guess).
    I Don’t understand your language but Google translation tool tells me you’re pretty happy about my work :-)

  11. GIANNIS June 5, 2009 at 3:16 pm ·

    More thanks for ETI excellent presets, I’m really grateful, and still voshischyayus your work.

  12. GIANNIS June 5, 2009 at 3:35 pm ·

    Yes, Pierre, namely ето I meant that I was very nravyatsa your work and I very much appreciate ето.
    Your work is beautiful!

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