2 presets for weddings

Marie-Edith sent me two presets she has made for wedding shots. The first one to make them look bright and creamy.

Basically it’s increasing exposure/brightness, adding warmth, contrast, vibrance, slight vignette and portrait sharpening.
The second one is a brighter version for underexposed photos.

Presets in action

SOOC/ORIGINAL

Wedding Look

Wedding Look Bright

Wedding Look (323284 downloads )

Uncompressed files (if you’re having problems with zip-file above):
Wedding Look (45336 downloads )
Wedding Look Bright (32140 downloads )

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21 Comments

  1. Ok I love these presets. The thing with these were that I don’t photograph weddings, but instead have found a use for them. I downloaded these last weekend and then went into an old abandoned hospital to document the building before it’s gone.

    The best picture of the day – an old camisole hanging behind a door – I used the wedding look on it and added a bit more vignette – the result? Fabulous!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/phoenixesrose/4485913603/

    Otherwise – I also found that the same setting – but flipped to black and white worked beautifully for the natural light architecture photographs – It softened the light and gave these harsh architectural photos a dreamy quality that made them some of my favorite black and whites:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/phoenixesrose/4486573740/

    Thanks again!

  2. Hi Tony,
    All presets I make are made using RAW photos. Although they work fine for most JPG’s as well, sometimes you might have to make some small adjustments to avoid unwanted noise etc. Most of the times you just have to lower the brightness/exposure and sharpness/clarity/saturation to “repair” a JPG file using a “RAW-preset”.

  3. you need to tell Marie-Edith that she did an AWESOME job with these, never messed around with the tone curve much until I saw what these presets do. Thank you so much for showing us these!

  4. These were my go-to presets for almost everything but they don’t work on LR4. I even deleted them and redownloaded them in case there was an update or something funky had happened when I moved them over but they still don’t work. :( Will they be updated for LR4 or are there presets like them that will work for LR4 that I can get?

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