Lightroom Film Emulation | Into the Sunset
Lightroom Film Emulation | Into the Sunset – While taking photos of the Golden Gate bridge I decided to point my camera in the other direction to get a different perspective. The cliffs just beyond the bridge are beautiful in their own right and I would definitely recommend that you grab a few shots of them while you’re there. I loved the contrast that I was able to capture between the darker brush in the foreground and the golden light spilling out onto the water. At sunset, the rocky landscape creates a magical glowing effect when the sun touches down behind it. I was lucky enough to capture a ship sailing away in the frame, hence the name “Into the Sunset.” For the edit, I decided to use my Film Lightroom presets for the edit to give the photo a retro-inspired look. Check out the video below to see this imagine transform from RAW to ready to print! To see the full resolution image click here.
Post Processing & Camera Settings.
To process this image, I used the Presetpro Creative Flow Lightroom Presets, Profiles, and Brushes. I used Lightroom film emulation presets (Kodak Portra 400) to complete the look. Next, I imported the image into Photoshop to crop and finalize.
- Camera: Sony ILCE-7RM3
- Lens: FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM
- Settings: f11, 20mm, 1/1250s ISO: 100
- Edit: Lightroom Film Emulation Presets
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