Hello everyone, today we will show you the color correction option in a very warm, beautiful style. You can use this preset for any photos, and enjoy a flawless result. You can give your photos of a beautiful warm, pearl shade. For this presets, we recommend using photos with green, white, blue, red, pink, orange details. Try, experiment! Well, we start our step-by-step color correction in the mobile application Lightrum. Join and pump your skills in mobile color correction with us.
You can choose the option that is better for you below
- You can edit photos by yourself, watching our videos
- You can download our presets for free, but for this you need to carefully watch the video and remember the password (****) for downloading the preset in DNG format. Attention! The password appears only if you watch the video on YouTube, on this website (only on computer’s browsers) or on YouTube app.
- You can follow this step-by-step guide to creating a preset
NOTICE: If you have any troubles with downloading, please try to use Google Chrome browser for Android Platform or Safari for iOS Platform.
How to create Creamy Sky for mobile Lightroom | Guide
For CREAMY SKY preset you can choose any photos.
1. Choose your photo
Please choose a photo that you like.
2. Light correction
We set up a light correction like a way to achieve a beautiful yellow glow on white. This effect looks very beautiful in the sky. What do you think, what do we achieve such an effect? It is interesting to know your answer.
3. Color correction
We set up colors in a non-market, quite natural style. See more our color setting below.
4. Effect Editing
Add negative clarity effect.
5. Detail correction
Add sharpening, masking, color noise reduction, noise reduction.
6. Preset is ready
CREAMY SKY preset is ready.
7. Save this preset
If you do not want to repeat the step-by-step creation of presets with our step-by-step guide for Lightrum, you can download the ready-made preset in several versions from our site absolutely free in DNG format. And yes the guys, this preset format you can use in the mobile application Lightroom, in the computer version of Lightroom, and in Adobe Photoshop.