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A pack of 10 Presets for Luminar Neo and Luminar AI. Instantly get a warm look for your travel photos shot in the Middle East and other Arab countries. These Presets are specifically created to enhance desert landscapes and oriental cityscapes with golden tones and rich colors.
Luminar AI, Luminar NEO
Using RAW files you will easily practice retouching tips and learn how to get photos like these.
This collection of 10 one-click Presets for travel and architecture photography is just what you need to enhance your oriental images. These Presets add more detail, color and a sunny look to your photos.
You’ll find 10 Presets in this pack:
Samarkand - Lighten up and give a light saturation to the image.
Bukhara - Improve the colors and give some structure adjusting the contrast.
Amman - Warm the colors, improve the structure and the glow of the picture.
Riyhad - Add colder tones and enhance the structure.
Muscat - Darken the over-exposed areas and improve the gold tones in the image.
Shiraz - Improve the luminosity of the image making it more glowy.
Abu Dhabi - Lower the contrast and mute vibrant colors for a mystical look.
Kuwait - Add a hard contrast and improve the structure of the image.
Dubai - Improve the luminosity of your picture by adding a characteristic glow.
Doha - Perfect for desert landscapes, it adds a bit of a dramatic look.
Pro tip: For the best results, adjust the Amount slider for each Preset to control its impact. Remember that each image is unique, so make sure to adjust each Preset to match your vision and get the best results. Once you’ve applied a Preset, tweak the Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, and Blacks and Whites to your liking.
Nancy Da Campo is a freelance architecture and interiors photographer born in Milan, Italy, and currently traveling extensively to discover and capture the beauty of the built environment.
Perspectives and the use of lines are two central pillars of Nancy’s content, and she’s always looking for new and interesting angles to show her interpretation of a building through her camera or drone lens.
Nancy regularly works with architectural and cultural institutions, tech brands, and tourism boards.