Photoshop and Lightroom Presets - Fujifilm Provia and Astia

$50.00

Photoshop and Lightroom Presets - Fujifilm Provia and Astia

If you have dreamed of creating beautiful colour photographs that replicate the colours of traditional slide film, then you have found the best Photoshop and Lightroom presets. My premium custom made Fujifilm Provia and Astia film Photoshop and Lightroom preset is made with an IT8 colour target for accurate colour replication. The Fujifilm Provia and Astia film preset will apply a colour profile to your photos that replicate this film stock, using Photoshop and Lightroom. You do not need to worry about colour in your photographs anymore. Purchase this preset and enjoy the beautiful colours of Fujifilm Provia and Astia film in your photos. The presets have been tested on Nikon, Canon, Sony and Fujifilm RAW files.

INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTING THE PRESET INTO LIGHTROOM AND LIGHTROOM CLASSIC

Once you have downloaded the preset, open Lightroom or Lightroom Classic and click File -> Import Profiles and Presets, and import the downloaded XMP file. The preset will import into Lightroom and Lightroom Classic. The preset can be viewed by selecting Presets -> User Presets in the Develop module.

EDITING WITH THE PRESET IN LIGHTROOM AND LIGHTROOM CLASSIC

Step 1 - Make corrections to your photo with the aspect ratio, spot removal, lens correction, and transform tools as required.

Step 2 - Apply the preset.

Step 3 - Check for colour cast and adjust the white balance to suit your taste. (Note - slide film has a blue colour cast, and adjustment of the white balance will correct this. Use auto white balance or the white balance selection tool)

Step 4 - Adjust Basic Tone settings to suit your taste

Step 5 - Check colour saturation suits your taste. If adjustment is required, use the HSL Saturation slider to reduce or increase individual colour saturation. (Note - Adjustment of the Hue sliders will change the colours away from the IT8 colours.

Step 6 - Make Contrast, Tone Curve, Detail, Brush, Filter and Radial adjustments as normal.

EDITING WITH THE PRESET IN PHOTOSHOP

Step 1 - Open Photoshop and open your RAW file. Click on Filter and choose Camera Raw Filter. 

Step 2 - Make corrections to your photo with the aspect ratio, spot removal, lens correction, and transform tools as required.

Step 3 - Click on More Image Settings (...), then Load Settings and select the XMP file, then press load.

Step 4 - Check for colour cast and adjust the white balance to suit your taste. (Note - slide film has a blue colour cast, and adjustment of the white balance will correct this. Use auto white balance or the white balance selection tool)

Step 5 - Adjust Basic Tone settings to suit your taste

Step 6 - Check colour saturation suits your taste. If adjustment is required, use the HSL Saturation slider to reduce or increase individual colour saturation. (Note - Adjustment of the Hue sliders will change the colours away from the IT8 colours.

Step 7 - Click OK

Step 8 - Make Contrast, Tone Curve, Detail, Brush, Filter and Radial adjustments as normal.