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Designed to help you add powerful ambiance to your aerial images as well as regular landscapes, this collection includes 10 incredible Templates to explore. Find dark atmospheres, dreamy styles, and more moods suitable for a wide range of images. Dramatically transform your raw files into wonderful pictures.
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Using RAW files you will easily practice retouching tips and learn how to get photos like these.
This collection gives you an easy way to emulate Armand’s unique editing style in your aerial images. Explore creative possibilities and experiment with your images. This collection of powerful and adaptive Templates is perfect for aerial photography as well as landscapes. Collection includes:5 Templates for landscape style images: Dark Boost, Master Key, Underexposed Sunset, Cold Experience, and Ultra Warm. These Templates will work on almost any kind of images, from aerial panoramas to top-down captures and regular landscape images. Test which ones work the best for your pictures!5 Templates for top-down aerial images: Cold Atmosphere, Exposure Boost, Extreme, Texture Boost, and Power Contrast.These Templates are built to work with top-down images or nature images. It’s important to use them on pictures that are not framing the sky.Tips:- Important! In order to make the Templates work even on flat images (with no light), Armand made them very powerful. When you apply a Template, you need to move the Intensity slider to apply the right amount of the filter for your image, as full intensity might be too powerful. If you play with the Intensity slider, you’ll find that each Template works for a great variety of scenes.- The white balance can react differently if you don’t work on raw files, or simply if your original images are very cold or warm. You can re-adjust the white balance if you feel you want something colder or warmer than what the Template gives you.- For Templates including a sunrays effect, remember to place the light source to match the original light source in your picture. You can also remove it if you think it doesn’t fit a particular image.