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After hundreds of hours of research, calibration & testing, I’m thrilled to share my free pack of Lightroom presets, the NATE CAM Starter Pack. This pack is a free download and gives you both Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw files for 10 different Lightroom presets inspired by the same film aesthetic as VSCO Cam. What is VSCO Cam? VSCO Cam is a popular mobile photography app available for and. If you don’t already use it, I would encourage you try it out and purchase some of their outstanding preset packs (NOTE: I’m not affiliated with VSCO in any way - just a fan). Mobile photographers like VSCO Cam in large part due to the beautiful presets it offers.

Their filters feel more professional and more refined than the filters in Instagram (which are just awful, honestly). So when you see people on Instagram tagging their posts with, this means they used the VSCO Cam app to process their photo. Of course, it would be impossible to create an exact replication of VSCO cam filters in Lightroom. Well, for a numbers of reasons, including the proprietary, self-contained nature of the VSCO Cam app and the nature of raw conversion inside of Lightroom. So if you want VSCO Cam filters, you can only get those from VSCO.

As of now, though, VSCO does not produce VSCO Cam mobile apps equivalent filters for Lightroom. So if you shoot RAW using a DSLR, like me, you have to convert the raw file to jpeg, load it into your mobile device, and then apply. This workflow is cumbersome, and can produce a ton of image degradation along the way (vs. An “All RAW” workflow). The NATE Cam Starter Pack lets you have an all RAW workflow and achieve a beautiful, stylish film aesthetic. These filters are my own, original works, built from scratch inside Lightroom. They are not endorsed by or affiliated with VSCO.

They simply combine my expertise in Lightroom with everything I love about emulating film aesthetics inside Lightroom. With that said, let’s get to the free download!

Free Download. Gta Mac Download Free Full there. Installation Once you've completed the download process, please follow the instructions in this video to install and begin using in Lightroom & Photoshop: How to Use These Filters Lightroom is a powerful, full-featured photography tool for professionals. I’ve tried to use that to my advantage in creating these filters.

I think this makes these filters much more usable in a professional photography workflow than you could ever achieve inside a mobile app. While these filters will work on both RAW and JPEG images, I strongly encourage photographers to always shoot RAW (preferably 14-bit). By shooting RAW and using these filters within Lightroom, you’ll be able to take full advantage of these presets and the editing capabilities of Lightroom.

A lot of photographers have told me that they want to use these filters to help learn how to better use Lightroom (which is awesome), but they tell they have trouble seeing which settings are changing in Lightroom. So here’s a tip. To see where most of the “magic” is happening, go to the “Tone Curve” panel, and click the “Channel: RGB” selector. Then click one of the color channels. Using channel specific color curves gives me the ability to make very nuanced changes that would be impossible in any other module. The module itself is not very easy to manipulate, so I’ve built my own tools for manipulating curves that would otherwise be impossible to create in Lightroom.

(You can learn exactly how I design these presets and learn to make your own through my). VSCO Cam & VSCO Film VSCO separately offers a line of professional film emulators for Lightroom, called, which I use and have and which I highly recommend.

A lot of people have asked me a variation on the question: “Which VSCO Film preset looks like my favorite VSCO Cam preset?” The answer according to VSCO is that you can’t really compare the two, and that there aren’t really equivalents. They encourage users to ' until you find something that you like. My experience has been that this is in fact the case – there is no direct equivalent between VSCO Cam and VSCO Film. How do I install these? Watch the: Q. Does this work in Mac & Windows? Yes, this will work on both Mac & Windows platforms, as long as you have a somewhat recent copy of Photoshop or Lightroom.

If you have a MAC, the installation process will be easier, as I've included an installer that does all the work for you. Does this work in Lightroom for Mobile? Technically there is a way to get these to work on Lightroom Mobile, but it takes a lot of manual work for you to set up. What's the difference between this NATE Cam FREE starter pack, and the PRO version? The 'Starter Pack Pro' version adds a number of highly-requested features – such as custom RAW calibration profiles, intensity control, and easier-to-adjust curves – that help you improve results and give you greater control over your style. I tried opening the preset files and it didn't work. You can't directly open the preset files, you have load them in from Lightroom, or move them to the proper directory.

Please carefully read the instructions.txt file included. When I tried loading the files into Lightroom, Lightroom said it couldn't read this type of file. You probably accidentally tried loading in the files from the Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) folder. These are a different file type and won't load properly into Lightroom. Try again, and make sure you are loading from the correct directory.

Will these filters work with my specific camera brand? If Lightroom supports your camera, then these filters will work. The free starter pack, however, does not make full use of the RAW capabilities of Lightroom, so you may see significant variance between camera models. You can to take full advantage of RAW using my custom camera profiles (as well as unlocking some other ). Tell Me What You Think I'd love to hear what you think of these presets!

You’re quite welcome 🙂 Some of these presets do add grain, but none of them should be “very grainy” (except maybe the X1). A couple of things to check: First, if you’re applying to a JPEG or an image that is reduced in size, it’s possible the grain settings are just getting amplified a bit too much by Lightroom. In this case, try toning down the grain size and grain amount in the settings.

It’s also possible that it just appears to be overly grainy in the preview by Lightroom (this happens to me sometimes). Try exporting the image, and see if the exported image still appears to very grainy. If the exported image looks OK, it’s just a preview issue. If neither of those help, you can just lower the grain amount settings to zero. Hope that helps! Thanks for letting me know!

I’ve emailed you the download. To anyone else who is having this issue, first, be sure to check your spam folders. Also, it may take a bit for the email to arrive. The majority of users get their download email in under a minute, but in some cases it could take up to 60 minutes for the email to come through (not sure why, trying to find out with Mailchimp – looks like Hotmail users take the longest). If all else fails, just email me at and I’ll shoot you the link!

Hi Steve, there absolutely is more to it than that. The changes in this B1 are coming mainly from the Tone Curve panel and the Black & White Mix panel. You shouldn’t see any changes to the Basic panel (like Highlights, Shadows, Whites, etc). This is for a couple of reasons. First, it allows me to more accurately emulate the results you’d get actually using B1 in VSCO Cam. And second, it means that you can still make adjustments yourself to the settings in the basic panel to fine tune everything (without having to worry about the underlying curves). All that said, the effect of B1 is pretty subtle.

It boosts the mid & high-tones (via Tone Curve) and filters down the luminance of most colors, especially yellows & greens (via the Black & White Mix panel). Hope that helps! First, it’s important to understand that the effect of the color calibration (primary red, blue & green) can be achieved exactly using hue adjustments and saturation adjustments.

But you have to be careful because it’s much easier with individual hue adjustments to get unnatural looking results if not used with care. With that in mind, Lightroom Mobile has hue adjustments, so you should be able to achieve a similar effect.

As far as I can tell, Lightroom Mobile does not have the same camera calibration / primary color adjustment tool. Hope that helps! Make sure you follow the directions in the instructions.txt file exactly.