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This collection contains 25 dramatic and subdued Templates designed for studio and indoor portraits by professional portrait photographer and retoucher Irene Rudnyk. Use these Templates to give your portraits a range of looks, from strong and vibrant to muted and simple, in just a few clicks.
25 Templates and Presets. Compatible with JPEG and RAW images.
Luminar AI, Luminar NEO
Using the provided RAW files you will easily practice retouching tips and learn how to get photos like these.
In creating these dramatic and subdued Templates designed for both studio and indoor portraits, I was inspired by the self-portrait studio work I created during quarantine.
While experimenting with different textures and color combinations, I came up with some of my favorite Templates that I personally use in my work.
In this collection, you will find looks ranging from strong and vibrant to muted and simple.
The Template icons are labeled with colors that will help you easily identify them. I did my best to make these Templates as versatile as possible, but you might need to play around with the white balance to get the best outcome.
These Templates were designed and will work best in the JPG file format. You can find a detailed tutorial on how to use them on my YouTube channel.
Irene Rudnyk is a portrait photographer, educator, content creator, and Canon Canada Ambassador residing in Calgary, Canada. Irene first picked up a camera around 11 years ago and started regularly photographing her main subject — her sister Orysia. Since then, she has been captivated and inspired by feminine beauty. Irene tries to capture the woman in front of the camera in a creative, romantic manner. She doesn’t strive for realism, but rather a visually pleasing and feminine version of the finished product. While the subject is always the focus of her images, Irene puts a lot of thought into the environment and details of a photo. She likes to have full creative control over the photoshoot, so she often acts as a stylist or creative director and sometimes assumes the role of makeup and hair artist. Irene started her own YouTube channel as a place to share creative projects and help other photographers with tutorials, behind-the-scenes views, and DIY videos. She has never considered herself an overly technical photographer, and she loves to show how she achieves her images with simple techniques, simple setups, and natural light. Irene shares her art with subscribers in the hopes of inspiring others and spreading some beauty into the world.