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Goodlight Presets – Pack 1 – Color

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Goodlight Presets – Pack 1 – Color

Trying to nail down rich vibrant colors and maintain perfect skin tones? Goodlight Presets Pack 1 includes 6 unique profiles to match your aesthetic vision and can also be used to match various color film stocks. Each preset also has an amount slider, so in all actuality, the variance is infinite for each preset and just depends on your creativity. They range in look from soft and light to saturated and contrasty. Sharpening & grain tools also included.

This preset is much like f5, but with soft pink hues in the highlights and a faded vintage feel. f6 reminds us of very (and I mean very) over exposed film.

Goodlight Presets - Pack 1 - Color

WHEN TO USE F1

Goodlight Presets - Pack 1 - Color

Use this preset for medium contrast and pleasing tones. Nothing overly stylized. Just a nice everyday preset. Great for natural and artificial light.

WHEN TO USE F2

Goodlight Presets - Pack 1 - Color

Use f2 for classic filmy tones, and a romantic feel. This preset is most popular with hybrid photographers, and anyone who loves film. Great for weddings, portraits, and natural light.

WHEN TO USE F3

Goodlight Presets - Pack 1 - Color

f3 is your go-to vacation, landscape, and editorial preset. Colors pop and contrast is strong. Warm and cool tones are emphasized. Amalfi never looked so good!

WHEN TO USE F4

Goodlight Presets - Pack 1 - Color

If you like f1 but you want something more subtle and with lower contrast then f4 is your friend. Whenever editing seems to be a struggle f4 makes it easy.

WHEN TO USE F5

Goodlight Presets - Pack 1 - Color

Use f5 when you want a slightly more analog look with mintier greens and soft highlights. When you first apply f5 you may think it looks off. It’s supposed to! Just adjust your white balance and tint to taste and you’ll see a transformation.

WHEN TO USE F6

Goodlight Presets - Pack 1 - Color

This preset is much like f5, but with soft pink hues in the highlights and a faded vintage feel. f6 reminds us of very (and I mean very) over exposed film.