PhotoPresets with One-Click WOW!

PhotoPresets with One-Click WOW!

Free
Is a collection of development presets for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
 
0.3
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Designed to work the way you work, the PhotoPresets with One-Click WOW! tackle only one development parameter at a time, allowing you to optimize your image at each step and create the look you really want without sacrificing any quality.

Rather than bloated presets that control all the variables at once and make adjustments that you may not like and you have to hunt down to fix.

You start with adjusting your images color and tone and then can add effects like black and white conversions, tinting, split-toning and vignetting.

Requirements:

- Windows XP with Service Pack 2

- Intel Pentium 4 processor

- 1024x768 or higher to display at millions of colors

- 768 MB of physical RAM (1GB+ recommended)

- 1 MB of free hard disk space

- Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.0.

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