Today we’ll show you one of the color grading options in the style of photographer @LUIZCLAS. This dude knows a lot about photography and color grading. We will be creating a preset with a blue-orange color scheme. You can also download these presets for free in DNG format. The presets are suitable for Lightroom and Photoshop.
You can choose the option that is better for you below
- You can follow this step-by-step guide to create a preset
- 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 also buy set of presets like this. Look at the items down below
How to create @LUIZCLAS Preset for mobile Lightroom | Guide
For @LUIZCLAS preset we recommend using photos with orange, red, brown, dark blue, green details.
1. Choose your photo
2. Light correction
We’ll be creating a light correction based on one of @LUIZCLAS ‘profile photos.
3. Color correction
We create the color scheme in blue-orange shades. These two colors go well with each other.
4. Effects editing
We’ll add a yellow tint to the highlights, and a cool blue-lilac tint to the shadows.
5. Detail correction
Add sharpening, detail, noise reduction, color noise reduction.
6. Preset is ready
Our Luizclas photographer style preset is ready.
7. Save your preset
Don’t forget to save the preset, for further use the presets in one click on your photos.
We have good news for you. In addition to these @LUIZCLAS presets, we have designed beautiful green and red presets like Luizclas, and you can also download them absolutely free from our website in DNG format for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom.
Watch the video how to create @luizclas Lightroom preset | Tutorial
Download the Preset
To download the Preset for free you need to have a password which appears twice on the top right corner during the video