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The Portrait Jam is a Luminar Signature Templates pack created to help you catch the fleeting beauty of life and conserve it as a fresh photographic image. The pack includes 12 different flavors of jam — one for each month of the year, created by the winner of The 2019 EyeEm Awards Kate Phellini.
12 Templates. Compatible with JPEG and RAW images.
Luminar 4, Luminar AI
Using RAW files you will easily practice retouching tips and learn how to get photos like these.
Kate Phellini, honored Photographer of The Year, winner of The 2019 EyeEm Awards:
"I created this Templates collection based on my long-term observation of the changing seasons and my fascination with light and colors.
Nurturing this awareness allowed me to notice and collect a set of moods characteristic to each month of the year, from the juiciest sunsets at the sea to a rich tonal spectrum of grays around Christmastime in Warsaw.
“Der Marmeladenglasmoment” (“jam jar moment” in English) is a beautiful and complex German word that inspired the construction of this collection.
A less literal yet no less precise description of what it means would be the following: a moment you want to catch and put inside a jar so that it remains unaffected by time, conserved to be enjoyed later in all its freshness.
The jam jar allows us to dip once again into an experience we once had. You cannot pause or hold control of any second of your life. The closest you can get to it is through photography.
I hope this Templates Collection will expand your visual language with some new color shades and light treatments and will help you capture those precious moments that you don’t want to fade away in all their (subjective) veracity.
Beauty is a dynamic event. It can occur at any moment given the proper circumstances and context, and we as photographers need to be ready to capture it. And preserve it as if it were still a breathing, living scene full of colors."
Kate Phellini is a Ukrainian-born and Warsaw-based art, fashion, and advertising photographer with more than 10 years of professional experience, four solo exhibitions, and numerous publications in magazines and online platforms.
Kate graduated from the Warsaw School of Photography and Graphic Design in 2018 after receiving her bachelor’s in International Relations from Odesa National University in 2016.
Her background in international relations has led to an anthropological approach to her photographic projects and a will to explore and understand foreign cultures and languages.
In October 2019, Kate was named the Photographer of the Year during Berlin Photo Week after winning The 2019 EyeEm Awards, the world’s largest photography competition that received more than one million submissions that year.