Lightroom presets can help us all save time and can also give us a little fresh inspiration. With the resurgence of the retro look of film I wanted to create a new Lightroom preset pack for a cross process look. For my own wedding and portrait work I love to use presets in Lightroom as a quick starting point to get a certain look I am going for and over the years have worked to create and refine hundreds of Lightroom presets that I use all of the time. About two years ago now I shared some free film based black and white lightroom presets and was amazed at the positive feedback I got from everyone. There were thousands of downloads of these which really amazed me. Since then I have been creating more and more presets for the photo community here at Digital Photo Buzz including cool set of Instagram Lightroom Presets awhile back.
Today I want to share another small group of presets that I am releasing for only a buck. Who says you can’t get anything for a buck anymore! Cross processing used to be a film technique that I loved to do. It basically involved shooting slide film which had to be developed in different chemicals and developing them in a normal c-41 process which is what you would develop normal color film in. You could also take a roll of color negative film and develop this in E-6 chemicals. This gave you a very unique look that has a few different characteristics depending on the exact process but in many you get a greenish tint to the dark areas of the image.
Check out the examples below:
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A few notes:
- These were created for RAW images and can be used with any version of Lightroom. They were created specifically for Lightroom 4 but will work with Lightroom 3 and I have tested them out in Lightroom 3. You will see some slight changes in the final effect but overall have a similar look.
- As with all Lightroom presets they might look different on each photo depending on exposure, contrast, etc… Remember to always use the presets as a starting point and customize from there to make the image perfect.
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