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Download Free Lightroom 4 Photo Stylizer Preset

Vidhu S

Vidhu S

Editor/co-founder at Shutterstoppers
Vidhu is an enthusiastic photographer from Kerala, India. His desire to share his knowledge and experience on photography was the motivation for creating Shutterstoppers. His dream is to provide a platform for people all around the world to exchange ideas and information on everything related to photography. In addition to photography, he also has a keen interest in traveling, philately and science.
Vidhu S
Vidhu S

Stylize your photos using the Lightroom 4 photo stylizer preset

In this post, I am giving you a Lightroom 4 photo stylizer preset. The photo stylizer presets change the color tones and hues of the photograph. So, if you want a natural look in your photographs, you may not want to try this one. I develop most of my presets through experimenting with the sliders in Lightroom. It gives very good results, sometimes. I recommend you to do the same. This particular preset adds a bluish tone to the image. I tested this preset on landscape; macro; and portrait photographs, and the results were good. So, I thought I should share it with you.

Also, try our other presets:

Below are some examples

A red rose in rain

 

red rose in drizzle

portrait and bokeh lightroom 4 preset

Boken and portrait after lightroom 4 preset

 

Violet flower before preset

 

violet flower after preset

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If you don’t know how to install presets in Lightroom, please read:

For getting the best results

Since this is a photo stylizer preset, you should apply it after you make all the necessary adjustments like exposure correction, contrast etc. This preset will not make any changes to the contrast, exposure settings in Lightroom. So, use this preset at the end of your workflow. However, you can apply it on an unprocessed photo to see if it suits the image or not. I didn’t test this in JPEG files, as I don’t usually edit JPEG files. So, you might want to try it on RAW files for getting the actual results.

As I always say, this may not work on all the images. The effect of this preset varies based on the color tones of the images. You can adjust this preset by changing the White balance, hues, and camera calibration sliders.

I hope you will find this preset useful. Let me know what you think.

Vidhu S

Vidhu S

Editor/co-founder at Shutterstoppers
Vidhu is an enthusiastic photographer from Kerala, India. His desire to share his knowledge and experience on photography was the motivation for creating Shutterstoppers. His dream is to provide a platform for people all around the world to exchange ideas and information on everything related to photography. In addition to photography, he also has a keen interest in traveling, philately and science.
Vidhu S
Vidhu S
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