With this bundle you can get all three of my monochrome Lightroom preset packs at a reduced price.
The three sets of presets are: Monolith, MonoLux and T-Pan. Each has a different style and different approach to creating the black and white look.
This bundle contains the following Presets:
(For more information about the individual presets, see the individual LightroomPreset product page)
Monolith is a more stylised set of black and white looks. The results you get from Monolith are typically the high contrast type of black and white Image that’s popular with some street photographers.
You Can find out more about Monolith here.
MonoLux is a more varied set of styles and is more filmic than Monolith. The set was designed with the aim of creating a rich but natural black and white filmic feel. Monolux also come with separate Grad, Grain and Vignette presets.
You can find out more about MonoLux here.
T-Pan for Lightroom is a more film like set and is a more subtle look than the other two packs. The look is aiming to re-create the experience of shooting with a professional grade black and white film stock, and creates a rich film like monochrome image.
T-PAN also comes with a set of tools, which consists of a number of faux colour filters for different effects and a set of additional grain presets, for easy application of different types of grain
You can find out more about T-Pan for Lightroom here.
Important Notes about the Bundle
For examples of the presets in action please see the individual product pages. The Bundle contains the same exact preset files that you would get if you downloaded the presets individually, and so contains 6 individual zip files containing each of the preset packs and their respective documentation.
SOME GENERAL NOTE ABOUT PRESETS
Not all images are suitable for all presets. Some images just wont produce pleasing results and won’t be appropriate for the type of presets you may be trying to use, depending on the subject matter.
It is also important to note that any preset won’t be a magic bullet. Presets should be considered as a starting point. More often than not images may require additional adjustments after applying presets. Sometimes you will need to adjust exposure or brightness and contrast depending on your image. When trying presets, consider making a duplicate the version that you’re working on so you don’t loose any adjustments you’ve already made, or make use of Lightroom’s snapshot feature.
If you are having difficulties installing the Lightroom presets or have any questions please visit the support page for details.
Thomas’s Lightroom Presets are copyright ©2017 Thomas Fitzgerald Photography. They may not be re-sold, shared or otherwise distributed without prior written permission.