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Night Sky Lightroom Presets

Night Sky Lightroom Presets includes 11 unique presets that are ideal for processing the Milky Way and other starry photos.


Presets Included:

  • "Baseline" for an excellent starting point when processing night sky photos.
  • "Boost Shadows" can help recover foreground areas in your night photos.
  • "Cool a Warm Milky Way" will apply cooler tones to your scene.
  • "High Contrast" is perfect for creating a dramatic photo with lots of pop.
  • "Raise Highlights" is great for making the Milky Way pop in darker photos.
  • "Reduce Light Pollution" will help reduce pollution from lights in your photo.
  • "Sharp Black and White" creates a dramatic scene with pinpoint stars.
  • "Smooth Dream" gives a wispy, ethereal look to your photo.
  • "Vibrant Milky Way" creates punchy colors that really stand out.
  • "Warm a Cold Milky Way" will apply warmer tones to your scene.
  • "Washed Out" creates an aged, antique look.

Files Included:

  • Folder containing the Lightroom presets.
  • A "read me" file that contains instructions on how to install the presets.

Compatible With:

  • These presets are compatible with Lightroom 4-6 and Lightroom CC.
  • They will also work with both RAW and JPEG photos.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Thanks!

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