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Oct 31, 2016 07:10 |  #1

I'm in love with how these images look but have no clue on how this is done. The colors and everything.. is it lightroom?
https://www.instagram.​com/yurina_photo/ (external link)




  
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Oct 31, 2016 10:19 |  #2

When I looked at some of the photos, what struck me was they seemed to have a partial sepia tint for desaturation, and yet retained some color. I Googled "lightroom autumn presets" and found a site that had a preset with a similar effect. The site was Shutter Pulse, but I don't know anything about them so I won't link to them. (The preset is free, so that tells me there's likely a catch somewhere. Nothing is ever free.) Regardless, there are probably some options for you on the net.

If you have Lr, you could play with a photo or two. Were it me, I'd start using a sepia preset, and then partially resaturate specific colors until it looks right. Yellow, orange, red, and a bit of green would be a starting point. If you get something particularly satisfying, you could save your settings to define your own autumn Lr preset.

Good luck! Hope this helps.


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Oct 31, 2016 10:35 |  #3

Looks like lots of vignetting. LR can do it.


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Oct 31, 2016 10:53 |  #4

Evertking wrote in post #18171797 (external link)
I'm in love with how these images look but have no clue on how this is done. The colors and everything.. is it lightroom?
https://www.instagram.​com/yurina_photo/ (external link)

Heya,

Lightroom or Photoshop, doesn't matter, both can do it. Looks like a warm temperature sepia with some heavier contrast.

I just tested it on a photo in Photoshop, sepia color filter at high percentage and push contrast a touch. Kiss it with a warm color filter (orange) at low percentage. Looks very similar.

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Nov 01, 2016 12:48 |  #5

White balance and split toning.

Google's free actions can get you close https://www.google.com​/nikcollection/ (external link)


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Nov 02, 2016 03:21 |  #6

You can do it in photoshop/gimp or lightroom or instagram or one of those photo filter mobile apps.. They seem to have themed the colours around the seasons, the winter ones are blue, the autumn ones are orange-y.

If you already own lightroom that would be what I would use.

It helps the photos were taken well to start with, focus/dof, composition, golden hour, etc.




  
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