The Duke Moose Preset Packs.
My newest, most versatile, and easiest to use preset pack yet. An entire new spin on the Duke Moose Presets. 5 Total Presets. Great for editing shoots that feature colorful or green locations, as well as the classic neutral backgrounds. This is the best pack of mine for those who have little Lightroom experience and knowledge. Best flows with my current, up to date editing style & includes my first ever black and white preset for purchase.
(Duke Moose 7x - 10x & Duke Moose Chrome)
15 Variations of Presets, Originating from my Platinum and Carbon Fiber Preset Packs, best used (but not limited to) when Shooting in the Snow. These are the exact Presets I used this Year for my Winter Themed Shoots. This pack is meant to be a new kind of way to download and use bought Presets. By providing all of the different variations of the same presets used in the different lighting situations & temperatures there should be a good match to get you on the right foot for editing photos in the snow. Not every preset will look good on each photo, in fact, probably only one or two will stand out as the one that you use on each of the different shoots you do, and thats okay! Why? Because you only use one edit per shoot. Best flows with my style from Winter of 2018.
(Duke Moose Iron Ice 1-15)
My oldest preset pack, and most popular pack still on the market. My 4 OG go-to presets. These presets work best on photos that include little to no greens or yellows. Not recommended for those not familiar with Lightroom. If you don't have too much experience editing go for the Iron Ice or the Carbon Fiber packs! Best flows to my style from the first half of 2018.
(Duke Moose 1x-4x)
This is what you need, at the price you want. The carbon fiber pack is easier to edit, and better for people just starting out with limited Lightroom knowledge. As time evolves, so do presets. Here are some new ones with a little bit different twist than my last pack, but with the same look, feel and style. These have more of an emphasis on editing photos including green than the Platinum pack did, but these still make those whites pop. (Titanium Preset Pack works for this with my current editing style, this is my style from Fall 2018). This pack includes a link to a private video for customers that bought this pack to see a screen recording of me editing three different photos. You can see exactly what I am doing on screen! It comes with two presets (DUKE MOOSE 5x + DUKE MOOSE 6x) but each preset comes in three different variations to try and have a good fit for each location you could shoot in. So while you're getting two presets, you are getting 6 different variations total.
(Duke Moose 5x + 6x)
It's here, the highly anticipated Mobile Preset Pack. Refined for JPEG Phone Images. Not only for Photographers, but anyone who Downloads the FREE Lightroom app.
Minimal Tweaking for Well Lit Images.
THE PRESETS INCLUDED:
WHICH PACK DO YOU RECOMMEND
DO YOU SHOOT ON RAW
WILL I HAVE TO TWEAK THEM
DO YOU SHOOT OVER/UNDEREXPOSED
ANY ADVICE FOR EDITING THEM
DO YOU HAVE PHOTOSHOP PRESETS
Right now I would say to go for the Titanium Preset Pack. It is the most up-to-date pack and is most similar to my current editing style. It also is easier to get the hang of with it working out quicker for a more versatile range of locations! I hope this helps! If you have questions feel free to shoot me an email.
I do in fact shoot on RAW. I would highly suggest for you to do this as well. All of my desktop preset packs are geared towards RAW images. You have so many more options and so much more freedom when editing a photo that was not shot in JPEG.
As with all presets, you will indeed have to tweak these to get them just right. You will mostly be using the exposure, temperature and HSL sliders to get the look you want. The reason for this is that different lighting situations and temperatures effect how a preset functions, so it is up to you to find the perfect match to fix it up.
I try and get my photos to be right on the money with their exposure while I am shooting. However, sometimes I do have to under or overexpose based on the situation. In that case I will just adjust the exposure in post processing.
They might seem confusing at first, but as soon as you get the hang of them they are magical. These are the exact same presets that I have in my Lightroom. I would always suggest by adjusting the exposure and temperature first after applying the preset. If you want to become a PRO at editing with my presets I highly suggest picking up my online workshop. I go through everything that has to do with my presets and show you live editing from multiple shoots.
I do not currently offer any Presets comparable with Photoshop. All of my presets are meant to be used in Adobe Lightroom.
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