Images Edited With This Set
After a long hiatus of only shooting digital, last fall I picked up some new film cameras and started shooting film again. I wanted to make a pack of presets for me to use to accompany the film photos I have been taking and this is the result.
These obviously aren’t based on any type of film. More of the aesthetic of film. I didn’t want to make presets that were exact. We have enough of those on the market that are wonderful. I wanted to make something a bit more.
Instead I wanted to make something that would go well with my own work. I wanted something that was still edgy and cool, but lighter than my normal edits. Something that was a touch of vintage and a touch of ethereal.
As with every preset, none of these will ever be a complete One Click Wonder. Presets take adjustments to get right, but mine are designed to only need minimal tweaks so that the process of editing is stress free.
Brandi nailed it with these presets. They’re super versatile - you can rock your photos with one click but they also allow a lot of room for play to match your style. One of my favorite aspects of any of Brandi’s presets is the creative freedom they provide. My current favorites are citrine and quartz. I love the mood in citrine and the split tone quartz offers. Obsidian is a great black and white option also. I’m pretty particular with my black and white photos and I’ve really enjoyed using obsidian. If you’re looking for a film inspired preset pack these are a great choice!