Get Festive: It’s for Lightroom, It’s for Photoshop and this New Years toolkit will help you enhance any image with the delicious light and color of the festive. It’s about quality over quantity in a value packed mini collection available for a short time at a very special price.
- Includes Actions & Presets: Two two unique mini collections.
- Blend color & light: Bring out the festive nature of any image.
- Vertical editing: Fast workflow and flexible effects that work!
- Limited Edition: Get this deal before they’re gone.
- Presets for LR4-CC Classic – Actions for for PS CS5-CC
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Festival is a powerful mini collection inspired by the warmth and color of seasons, holidays and festivals. Inside you’ll find nine presets for LR that give you great looks and color blends plus seven deeply powerful actions for Photoshop that give you finite control using our stacking vertical editing system. Both mini sets in the collection work great together but are completely unique tools.
It includes both presets for Lightroom and Actions for Photoshop and gives you a simple but powerful toolkit for finishing your festive images or pretty much anything else. I designed it seeking a beautiful look that fit perfectly with our holidays, fairs and festivals. Tools that would help bring the lively alive whether in nature or on the street. Check out the interactive demos below!
The Festival mini collection is available for a limited time. Get them while they last, because early in 2018 they collection will be gone. But on new years week and save even more with the new years special.
** What our Customers are Saying **
By far the best set of actions I have purchased in a long while… — Lorraine Jardim
If time is money than I have quadrupled my money, and I am still earning” — Nine x 9 Photography
“Much more pleasing in my opinion than tone mapping…” — Chris Boynton