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Hip Dull Film Lightroom Preset

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SabTin Designs has a new way of doing things!

In the past I've sold one high quality preset for $2 but now I'm going to be selling one preset with lots of variations for $5 to make sure that my presets will work with most images.

This particular preset comes with:

Dull Hip Film - The base of this entire package DHF Contrasty - A version of DHF with more contrast DHF Extra Matte - A version of DHF with deeper matte shadows DHF + - the original DHF preset with an increase in exposure for darker images DHF - - the original DHF preset with a decrease in exposure for brighter images DHF Extra Dull - A version of DHF with more desaturation Black and White Soft - A simple black and white preset with little contrast Black and White Contrast - Similar to the previous but with more contrast and less matte Pop - A bonus preset that boosts color and shadows in images

This preset is subtle and will give you that modern hip VSCO Film look that everyone is looking for today.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS/ IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

***What do you get? Upon purchase you'll gain access to download your digital file(s). If you have any questions about downloading your file(s), look on the Etsy help page, they have a section devoted to this topic.

***What you need to know: My presets will work for both Mac and PC, in Lightroom 4, 5, 6, and CC. My presets work ONLY with Adobe Lightroom, NOT with any version Photoshop. My presets will work for both JPEG and RAW files Feel free to use my presets on photos you're making money for but do not resell my preset (as is or with adjustments).

***Need help installing your presets? This is a blog I found that I think is clear and concise: https://www.lightroompresets.com/pages/how-to-install-presets

***A note about presets Presets are meant to be a base to work off of, it's normal to make adjustments after applying a preset. Not everything will be perfect upon applying a preset.

If you apply a preset and the image look like it's all one color, most of the time it's an exposure issue. Presets won't work if an image isn't properly exposed.

Any other questions, feel free to ask! I respond as quickly as possible.

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