Camera File Type: Nikon NEF, Sony ARW, Fujifilm RAF, Canon CR2
Preferred Color Profiles*: Rec 709, Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Sony
*This product was designed specifically for these cameras, but will work across all camera profiles.
Before / After Looks
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Play with Exposure
Use the exposure slider and darken your images to bring out the moodiness in your work I recommend -0.5 to -1.7. You might be surprised! Play with the temperature slider; these presets can be applied in a wide range of lighting situations.
Ready to Go
These presets are simple to apply and easy to use. Tested with different cities, lighting conditions and cameras, small tweaks in the exposure and white balance will immediately give you a moody vintage vibe. For harsh light and portraits, decrease the curve in "Tone Curve" and you'll get your desired vintage look.
About the looks
Inspired by the look of old films from the ’80’s, this is a versatile go-to preset pack for your photos. Looking for a vintage vibe? This preset pack has it.
The classic, vintage preset for a subtle, analog look.
Analog | Classic | Timeless
Best shine for late afternoon summer looks, but works fine in a range of lighting conditions. Use this to cool down warm images.
Range | Cool | Dim Lighting
This preset has a nice green in the shadows that gives your photo a cooler and more desaturated look. Inspired by the jungle of New York City or the romantic streets of Paris. Both give an unique look.
Desaturated | Cool | Green
Similar to the Green preset but with less emphasis in the shadows for a timeless look with a warmer feel. One of the most versatile from the pack.
Versatile | Grey | Timeless
Perfect for urban city landscapes. Works well with colder temperature images but you can also use it for your warmer summer photos by decreasing the temperature to get a rich, vintage color.
Urban | Cool | Right
The softened version of the orange preset, this adds just the right amount of warmth to your photos. Works perfect with winter and summer city scapes. Simple tweaks with white balance give a huge variety and endless usability.