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50+ Film Burns & Light Leaks

50+ Film Burns & Light Leaks

Do your photos look great, but need to look BETTER? Carefully adding a delicious light leak might be just what the hipster ordered. These light leaks are carefully crafted to create a collection that'll make your photos sing with bloomy washes of color ranging from coral reds to milky way blues. Go on, the instagrammy effects of film burns and light leaks are too much fun to miss out on.


In the download: • 56 high res jpg images

Some details: • All images are 300 dpi • 14in x 9in + • 4200px x 2700px +


How to use these bad boys: • Place desired lightleak.jpg on layer above photo. • Set layer to "screen" mode from the drop down menu. • Pat yourself on the back.


These light leaks were each individually tests on multiple photos. With a broad range or colors and effects you'll get the vintage look just the way you want it. Use them as light leaks or get more creative. They'll quickly fill an area with a natural looking gradient.


Notes: These light leaks are meant to be used with Adobe Photoshop. Any version that allows layers to be set to "screen" will work. If you would like a sample to test please message me. These are not presets for Lightroom.

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