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FESTIVAL VIBES

29 Festival-inspired presets by Trey Ratcliff

FESTIVAL VIBES

Two things the greatest festivals have in common are their effervescing energy and fiery colors, both of which make them a paradise for photographers. And photographer Trey Ratcliff has encapsulated those in his vibrant preset pack. Give your photographs that festival feel with his Festival Vibes Signature presets for Luminar.

29 Festival-inspired presets by Trey Ratcliff

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© Trey Ratcliff

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© Trey Ratcliff

© Trey Ratcliff

FESTIVAL VIBES

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They’re not just for festivals!

Trey Ratcliff is excited to release this set of 29 really fun and vibrant presets for Luminar users. You’ll notice that Trey’s festival photos have a few different looks to them, and now you can have every single one of those looks. He’s been perfecting them for the last seven years as he shoots photos of people and art at festivals around the world.

Seven of these presets give your images different cinematic desert sandstorm or Mad Max-esque effects. A handful offers some gnarly black & white looks. And a few others give off a variety of desaturated, low-contrast looks that add vintage vibes to your images.

Yet you don’t have to wait until the next summer months to purchase and use these gorgeous presets. They work great with other shooting situations and subjects as well.

Trey Ratcliff

Photographer and adventurer

Trey Ratcliff is a photographer, artist, writer, and adventurer. His images and stories capture the beauty of exotic travel destinations as well as the humor of bizarre situations he often finds himself in.

Each day, Trey posts a new photo to his website, Stuck In Customs, so there is always something new, unexpected, and beautiful to see. His core reason for doing this? “I want to help spread consciousness and presence to the world,” Trey explains. “It’s hard to teach billions to meditate, but you can help teach them photography and creativity. I believe when people are being creative, they are being fully present and conscious, and that’s the best thing we all can do for the world.”

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