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Eddy Kinol’s pack of 10 Presets for Luminar Neo is the perfect way to create beautiful landscape and seascape photography with a romantic atmosphere inspired by the lovely landscapes and seascapes of the famous Cornwall, UK, where Eddy lives.
Using RAW files you will easily practice retouching tips and learn how to get photos like these.
These Presets will help you give your photos a monochrome style. Some of them have a creative twist, a color tint, or a shift in hue. Whether you’re practicing landscape, seascape, street, or architecture photography, these Presets will deliver just the right look.
You’ll find 10 Presets in this pack:
Dramatic Look: Great for photos with dramatic clouds
Mystical Look: Add a dreamy sepia look
Hard Light: A convenient solution for photos with harsh light
Rock Look: Great for daylight seascape photography
Matte Mono: Add a sensation of black and white with a matte look
Deep Monochrome: A dreamy look that’s perfect for your seascape photography
Analog Look: Gives you an analog style image
Black and White: Results in a traditional soft black and white feel
Yellow Look: Add a sepia yellow tone to your image
Soft Look: An overall soft Preset for your pictures
These Presets will help you achieve great results quickly, and you can adjust them in the Edits tab. Don’t forget to be creative and use your local adjustments and Layers.
Make sure to share your results! Use the hashtag #madewithluminar on social media so the Skylum Team can take a look at your work.
Eddy Kinol lives in Cornwall, UK. He has a background in landscape and souvenir photography and has been working with computers in various fields for 40 years. In the past, Eddy owned a gallery in St Ives where he sold his products. Now he is a full-time landscape and seascape photographer, colorist and retoucher. He's regularly designing Presets, LUTs and other kinds of creative assets for Luminar Neo. Eddy shares his passion for post-production in the world of creative photography using Luminar Neo and other software on his dedicated French-language YouTube channel and, more recently, on his English-language YouTube channel.