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Lightroom Presets that Inspire Phototrinity.com

Here at Phototrinity.com we rely on our computer software for the post processing of all of our images. We use Adobe Lightroom as our staple software suite. There are many many Lightroom Presets and different packs of presets that make it fast and easy to edit your photos in Lightroom. If you love saving time, getting amazing results with your photos, and saving money, then check out these incredible Lightroom Presets from Exposure Empire. The Best Lightroom Presets in your collection.

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  • The presets are compatible with Lightroom versions 4, 5, 6, CC, and Classic CC.
  • They work on both Mac and PC.
  • You can use RAW files, .dng files, or .jpg files with the presets.
  • The presets can be installed on multiple computers (for example, if you work from a desktop and a laptop).

Check out below – All the Lightroom Preset Packs below for a good description of each.

(You can also purchase any of the Preset packs individually)

Fade Presets (20 presets included)

Colour is an important element of photography. Sometimes you want bold, vibrant colors (see the Bold Lightroom Presets for that), and other times you may want to fade or dull the colors. This set of 20 Lightroom presets makes it easy for you to get awesome faded effects with your photos. The faded look works great with many photos, and with this pack you’ll get a big collection of presets that gives you plenty of variety.


HDR Presets (20 presets included)

High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography traditionally involves merging multiple photos together to get a better range of colors from shadows to highlights. The approach is often needed when a scene’s shadows are too dark or highlights are too light for the camera’s sensor to capture the full dynamic range. By merging multiple images together you can avoid blowing out the highlights or the shadows.

HDR photography is great, but it can be tedious. First, you’ll have to capture multiple exposures for the photo (usually 3-5). Then, when you are processing your photos you will need to go through the slow process of merging the images together. But that is not the only way. This set of 20 Lightroom presets makes it easy to get HDR-like effects with any photo. You won’t need to have multiple bracketed exposures, and it will actually speed up your post processing instead of slowing it down. Take a look at the slideshow below to preview some of the effects. You’ll love these presets for your landscapes, travel photos, urban and street photos, and even for some portraits.


Matte & Film Presets
30 presets included

With the help of this pack of 30 Lightroom presets you can easily and instantly give your photos a nice matte or film look. Most of the effects are somewhat subtle (although some are stronger), but they can add a really nice touch to your photos. One of the best things about these presets is that they tend to work well with a wide variety of photos, from landscapes to portraits. The set is sure to quickly become one of your favorites. The preset resemble film effects but do not emulate specific films. See the slideshow lower on this page to preview some of the effects on sample photos.


Pastel Presets
20 presets included

With this set of 20 Lightroom presets you will be able to give your photos beautiful soft color pastel effects. The pack includes presets for a variety of different colors. They work well with many types of photos, but we think you will especially like them with outdoor photos. The only thing you’ll like more than the effects is how fast you can create them. The soft colors work great with photos taken in natural light, including portraits. Check out previews of some of the effects in the slideshow lower on this page.


Haze Presets
24 presets included

With the help of the 24 Lightroom presets in this pack you can give your photos beautiful haze effects. These presets are ideal for outdoor photos, including landscapes and nature, as well as natural light portraits. There are a wide variety of effects included, so you’re sure to find something that works great with your photos. With just one click you’ll get haze effects that can take your photos to the next level. Please scroll down to see the slideshow that previews the impact of several of the haze presets.


Split Toning Presets
25 presets included

Split toning applies different colors or tones to the shadows and highlights of a photo. With some creativity you can get some really great effects by using split toning. This pack includes 25 Lightroom presets that will do the hard work for you. There are 14 different color effects and 11 that apply split toning after a black & white conversion. Try these with your own photos and we think you will love them. Preview the effects on the slideshow below.


Black & White Presets
43 presets included

Black & white photos can be very powerful and engaging. But creating amazing black & whites requires more than simply converting a color photo to black & white or removing all of the color saturation. Great black & whites can be made in Lightroom, but you need to take advantage of the right settings. This set 43 Lightroom presets will make it easy for you to create powerful black & whites that you can be proud of. You’ll get a wide variety of different effects that you can apply. Whether you are working with landscapes, street photos, portraits, or any other type of photos, this collection of presets will become one of your favorites. You can preview some of the effects in the slideshow below.


Golden Hour Presets
20 presets included

The short window of time after sunrise and before sunset is known as the golden hour, and it is one of the best opportunities for photography. The beautiful golden light gives your photos a nice glow. This set of 20 Lightroom presets is perfect for enhancing photos taken during the golden hour, or for giving other photos the look of golden hour. Start with a photo taken in mid-day light, apply a preset, and you’ll get a golden hour look! Check out the slideshow below to see some of the presets in action.


Portrait & Wedding Presets
25 presets included

If you do any type of portrait or wedding photography, you know how much time it can take to process a large number of photos. With the help of these 25 presets you will drastically reduce the amount of time you need to spend in Lightroom. The presets work well with a variety of portraits, including wedding photos. In just a single click you’ll be able to apply an effect to your photo, or use the preset as a starting point for your own edits. Be sure to view the slideshow lower on this page to get a feel for some of the effects created by the presets.


Cross Processed Presets
13 presets included

With this set of 13 Lightroom presets you can replicate the cross processed effect that could be created with film. With cross processing you get some interesting color effects, and they really work well with some photos. These presets make it possible to get the cross processing effect very easily in Lightroom, with just a single click. The pack includes a variety of different effects that you can experiment with. See the slideshow lower on this page to see the effects on sample photos.


Urban Heat Presets
30 presets included

Street photography and urban landscapes can be a lot of fun. Just walk around a city with your camera, keep your eyes open, and you’ll find plenty of great photo opportunities. This set of 30 Lightroom presets was created specifically with urban photos in mind. You’ll get beautiful results with your own photos, and you’ll save hours of your time. And with 30 presets included, you get plenty of variety. You can see how some of the presets impact sample photos in the slideshow below.


Cinematic Presets
25 presets included

This set of 25 Lightroom presets makes it easy to give your photos a cinema-inspired effect. You’ll get presets for creating a wide variety of different types of color effects that are sure to make your photos stand out. Some are bold, some are more subtle. All can be used to get great results with your own photos. Check out the slideshow below to preview some of the effects created with the presets.


Vintage Basics Presets
25 presets included

This set of 25 Lightroom presets is a great starting point for applying vintage effects to your photos. Most of the effects are not overpowering, but they will give your photos an aged or vintage look. See some of the effects in the slideslow lower on this page. If you like the vintage look you can get even more variety with our Lost Vintage Lightroom Presets and Lomo Lightroom Presets.


Lost Vintage Presets
25 presets included

Vintage effects can be a lot of fun to apply to your photos. This set of 25 Lightroom presets makes it quick and easy to get great vintage effects. There are a wide variety of fun effects included, so you’re sure to find some that work well with your photos. If you like vintage effects you may also be interested in our Vintage Basics Lightroom Presets and Lomo Lightroom Presets. See the slideshow below to preview the effects of some of the Lost Vintage Lightroom Presets.


Light Leaks Presets
40 presets included

This set of 40 Lightroom presets makes it easy to add a light leak effect to your photos. Light leaks are a great way to add some character to your photos. With this set you’ll get a variety of different colored leaks, and from different sides and angles. We also have a set of Fun Light Leak Presets, which are a little more aggressive than this set. This set includes basic colored leaks from each side/angle.


Fun Light Leaks Presets
30 presets included

Light leaks can happen naturally with your photos, or you can create a light leak effect in post processing. This set of 40 Lightroom presets gives you all kinds of fun possibilities. We also have another set of Light Leak Lightroom Presets, but this set is a little more adventurous and playful. The effects can be a little more bold, as compared to our other set of light leaks. The light leak effect can work great with some photos. and we’re sure you’ll have fun playing around with it. See the slideshow below to preview the effects.


Lomo Presets
44 presets included

These presets were inspired by the popular Lomography look. With saturated and altered colors, these presets give your photos the look of being captured with a vintage toy camera. It is a fun look that is great for experimenting. There are 44 different presets in the pack with a variety of different colors and strengths. You’ll have plenty to choose from, and you’ll be able to get great fun, vintage effects for your photos. Check out the slideshow lower on this page to preview some of the effects.


Bold Presets
16 presets included

This set of 16 Lightroom presets is perfect for adding some life to your photos. There are presets for boosting colors, increasing sharpness, increasing clarity, and more. You’ll love the bold effects that these presets create. They can work with a wide variety of photos, but generally they work best with photos that are a little dull before any editing is done. Look below to see a slideshow that previews the effects created by some of the presets.


Autumn Presets – Vol. 1
25 presets included

Autumn is a favorite season for many photographers. The weather is nice and cool, and the amazing fall colors make the landscape explode with beauty. Whether you are photography landscapes and nature scenes, or outdoor portraits, fall is a great time of year.

This set of 25 Lightroom presets was created specifically with fall / autumn photos in mind. The colors in your photos will pop, and you’ll get some nice warmth to your images. With this collection you’ll be able to process your outdoor photos very quickly, and you’ll love the results. Scroll down to browse the slideshow and see the effects of several of the presets on sample photos.

You may also be interested in volume 2, which gives you another 25 presets for a very wide variety of effects.


Autumn Presets – Vol. 2
25 presets included

If you enjoy photographing in autumn, you will love this set of 25 Lightroom presets. Save time editing your fall photos and get gorgeous results. This pack of presets was created especially for fall photos, and you’ll love the results when they are applied to your own images. View the slideshow below to preview several of the effects. If you want even more variety, please see volume 1.


Mono Presets
21 presets included

With the help of this set of 21 Lightroom presets you can easily apply awesome monochromatic effects to your photos. The presets convert the photos to black & white while adding another color to give it a nice touch. There are different color effects, as well as some different strengths and styles. These presets work great with many photos. If a photo can look good in black & white, it can also work well with one of these mono effects. See the slideshow below to preview the effects of some of the presets.


GET THEM ALL​!

Get all of the preset packs shown above by purchasing the Lightroom Presets Bundle.

  • The presets are compatible with Lightroom versions 4, 5, 6, CC, and Classic CC.
  • They work on both Mac and PC.
  • You can use RAW files, .dng files, or .jpg files with the presets.
  • The presets can be installed on multiple computers (for example, if you work from a desktop and a laptop).

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Photographing the English Hedgerow Flora and Fauna

English Hedgerow Flora

Photographing the English Hedgerow Flora and Fauna

Calleva Atrebatum Wall 19:9

Calleva Atrebatum, an Iron Age settlement first occupied by the Romans in about AD 45 and includes what is considered the best-preserved Roman wall in Great Britain.

The English Hedgerow – It was by chance one bright Sunday afternoon that I ended up with possibly, the most delightful 5 set of images that I’ve been happy with for some time. As a weekend warrior photographer, I am perhaps my own best and worst critic. Especially on this day; I had intended to photograph some more ‘landscapes’ around the old Roman Wall, Calleva, at Silchester.
I had already completed one circuit of the old Roman wall and as the weather was unusually hot, bright and breezeless, I was thankful for the parishioners’ at the local 12th Century Parish Church located on the wall for the charitable cup of tea and scone(s). I left the cool comfort of the church, said my goodbyes and set off back to my car when I decided to deviate from my course and head of down one of the many country lanes.
After a mile or so I decided to stop and rest on the countryside road verge. It was at this time I also began to question in my mind, all the hedgerow plants. It was super peaceful and I swear I could hear the smaller creatures or birds rustling through the undergrowth. I couldn’t help but notice the simplicity that I had so often overlooked – The Hedgerow!
Hedgerows are a fundamental part of the heritage of the British countryside, defining the very nature of the landscape and providing a major shelter and food source for a huge variety of mammals, birds and insects. Hedgerows are effectively a vibrant ecosystem and a huge nature reserve just waiting to be discovered by the aspiring photographer. Thus, I began to take action and started to move around the various angles among the rich diverse hedgerow. Although I must point out; if you are going to attempt this, wear long sleeve clothing! My arms were red raw for hours, the rewards, worth it.

English Flora Image 1 of 5

English Flora Image 1 of 5

English Flora Image 2 of 5

English Flora Image 2 of 5

English Flora Image 3 of 5

English Flora Image 3 of 5

English Flora Image 4 of 5

English Flora Image 4 of 5

English Flora Image 3 of 5

English Flora Image 3 of 5

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(Pre printed images ready mounted in archival acid free board available soon.)
I believe I must do this again, perhaps to show the seasons with the different flora available throughout the year. My next little project idea, to invest in some knowledge and begin to build a photo library of the North Hampshire rural countryside hedgerow.
My Plan to Photograph More of the English Hedgerow. 
It has been estimated that many thousands of miles of hedgerow have ‘disappeared’ in recent times. Some have become lines of shrubs and trees, others have been degraded by flailing or through neglect. All the more reason why I plan to do more with the camera and perhaps inspire others to do the same. Hedgerows divide land right across Britain, including like my own back garden, and they’re home to a very diverse and wide variety of wildlife making them the ‘picture-perfect’ place for outdoor photographers. A hedgerow will provide a huge image collection of flowers, plants, insects, small mammals and birds, and all from just one location! You just need to know where to look and when.
If you’re planning to photograph for insects or some close up on flowers, take your macro lens along. Photographing the many birds and small mammals that live in the hedgerow you’ll need a telephoto or zoom lens, so you can spot and take your photographs from a distance that won’t scare them off.

A good stable tripod is a good investment or even a small beanbag will give your arms a rest and stop you shaking the camera when you’re working on those frame-filling shots. I would strongly recommend a good remote release. If you don’t have a remote release, don’t panic, make use of the self-timer on your camera as this will give you enough time to press the shutter and move away so your movement won’t blur your shot. As it’s dark and shadowy inside a hedgerow take a reflector out with you to add and direct light into the shot.

My Learnt Lesson here;
    • Take a gardener’s kneeling pad with you to keep your knees dry and a little comfort.
  • Whatever time of year you do your hedgerow photography, if you use your lens’ minimum aperture to give your flower shots greater depth of field, remember this will slow your shutter speed down so watch out for camera shake.
This blog entry is by far NOT the perfect guide to photographing the English Hedgerow however; It has inspired me to think about my approach to photographing our beautiful landscape. Since post processing my first 5 images in this ‘genre’, I have discovered the most beautiful common wildflowers in our hedgerows, both in the countryside and coasts.
So, the next time you are out and about, look closer at your immediate vicinity, check amongst the weeds, the grass verge or the run down old garage building. I promise you, there are photographic opportunities abound. I hope you find this useful for helping to identify photographic opportunities when you are out and about, or those you have already have amongst your picture library.

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Swanage Bay Sea Mist Photograph – Colour Photo Panorama 24″x12″

Swanage Bay Mist - Colour Photo Panorama 24"x12" - Recycled Hand Restored Frame - Signed & Dated

Swanage Bay Mist – Colour Photo Panorama 24″x12″ – Recycled Hand Restored Frame – Signed & Dated

A cool coloured Swanage Bay Mist Photograph – landscape taken at Swanage sea front early morning during June 2018.

The photograph has been printed on a high quality UV poster paper and mounted within an acid free mount board arrangement, smokey grey in colour. The photograph (actual) sits within the mount board aperture measuring approx 21 3/4″ by 10 3/4″. This is a very cooling image of the bay taken on a very misty and calm morning.

The pine frame has been restored and shows signs of its previous life. The wood frame was taken back to its bare wood (some minor ‘flecks’ of yellow remain with the deeper parts of the wood). A teak dye was applied 4 times, each after a light rub down. Once the frame was coloured correctly, 3 coats of natural bees wax and a final polish.

The frame (24″x12″) has been re assembled with the my photograph, singed on the mount board and new seal points and tape to complete the frame.

NOTE: Frame contains glass.

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Inspiration

This was my first photography trip to beautiful Dorset. My photographic aim was Corfe Castle in the early morning mist however; the mist was thicker and gloomier than I had anticipated. So, off I went to Swanage for breakfast, 5 miles down the road. It was here that I was met with the most peaceful and serene view, with not another soul in sight (5:30am). I had unhindered access to some great local beauty and fantastic walks too.

I had time to relax and consider all the technical aspects of landscape photography, including using filters and all the time necessary to consider compositional and creative thoughts.

As the morning awoke, my trip turned into a fun and social way to explore a very beautiful corner of England while I met with some great characters about to start their day fishing.

I aim to return soon.

I hope you enjoy this image as much as I do, comments always welcome.

Resolution & Aspect Ratio

Resolution & Aspect Ratio Chart for Wallpaper/Computer Screen Backgrounds

We currently offer the three most common sizes of wallpapers/computer screen backgrounds. If your size is not available, use the chart below to determine what your screen’s aspect ratio (standard, wide or HD) is and select  the recommended file size from our Gallery.

Which Wallpaper Size is Right for My Computer?

Rather than have a whole bunch of different sizes for each of our wallpapers, we have them broken down into the three most common ratios for computers. It is important to get the right ratio for your monitor so that the image won’t need to be stretched or warped to fit properly. 

Graphic showing a representation of the 4:3 Aspect Ratio

4:3 Aspect Ratio Graphic Representation

Standard Screen Resolutions:
If your screen size is listed below, it has a ratio of 4:3. Use any of the 4:3 wallpaper sizes available from our Gallery.

 

  • 600 x 800
  • 768 x 1024
  • 864 x 1152
  • 960 x 1280
  • 1050 x 1400
  • 1080 x 1440
  • 1200 x 1600
  • 1260 x 1680
  • 1440 x 1920
  • 1536 x 2048
  • 1920 x 2560
  • 2100 x 2800
  • 2400 x 3200
  • 3072 x 4096
  • 1024 x 1280
  • 2048 x 2560
  • 3000 x 3750

Graphic showing a representation of the 16:10 Aspect Ratio

16:10 Aspect Ratio Graphic Representation

Widescreen Resolutions:
If your screen size is listed below, it has a ratio of 16:10. Use the 16:10 wallpaper size available from our Gallery.

  • 960 x 600
  • 1152 x 720
  • 1280 x 800
  • 1440 x 900
  • 1680 x 1050
  • 1920 x 1200
  • 2560 x 1600
  • 2880 x 1800
  • 3840 x 2400
  • 5120 x 3200
  • 800 x 480 (this has an aspect ratio of 5:3, you can use the 16:10 size)
  • 1280 x 768 (this has an aspect ratio of 5:3, you can use the 16:10 size)

Graphic showing a representation of the 16:9 Aspect Ratio

16:9 Aspect Ratio Graphic Representation

High Definition (HD) Screen Resolutions:
If your screen size is listed below, it has a ratio of 16:9. Use the 16:9 wallpaper size available from our Gallery.

  • 960 x 540
  • 1024 x 576
  • 1280 x 720
  • 1366 x 768
  • 1600 x 900
  • 1920 x 1080
  • 2048 x 1152
  • 2400 x 1350
  • 2560 x 1440
  • 2880 x 1620
  • 3554 x 1999
  • 3840 x 2160

Design Shack have a great, more detailed explanation…..

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