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What is the Picture Perfect Workflow
An Innovative Workflow to Help You Edit Faster:
The Picture Perfect Presets & Brushes are designed to help you batch edit your images in minutes not hours. Simply follow these steps:
Apply the Picture Perfect Base
Fine Tune White Balance
What if I have Never Used Lightroom?
Picture Perfect Presets are so easy you can use it even if you have never open Lightroom or Camera RAW up in your entire life. I’ve also included written and video instructions that walk you through the entire process.
Do the Presets & Brushes Also Work in Camera RAW?
Yes, I have included all the same presets and brushes for Adobe Camera RAW as well!
What Adjustment Brushes Are Included?
PPF – Reduce Shadows Brush: The Reduced Shadows Adjustment Brush is designed to help reduce unsightly shadows in your images or brighten up shadowy areas in your images.
PPF – Selective Sharpen Brush: The Selective Sharpen adjustment brush is designed to add a bit of sharpens to a certain part of your image. Use it to make eyes pop or bring out the shimmer in gem stones.
PPF – Whiten Whites Brush: The Whiten Whites adjustment brush is designed to help you achieve perfectly white backgrounds. Be especially carful when using the brush around the edges of your product.
PPF – Add Some pop Brush: The Add Some POP adjustment brush will add a bit of extra contrast and POP to dull parts of your image.
PPF – Darken Brush: The Darken adjustment brush will selectively edit areas of you image. This can be used on overexposed areas of your image or to help make your product stand out more.
PPF – Lighten Brush: The Lighten adjustment brush will selectively edit areas of you image. This can be used on underexposed areas of your image or to help make your product stand out more.
PPF – Color POP Brush: The Color POP adjustment brush can be brush over areas of your image where you would like to add a bit more oomph to the colors in your image.
PPF – Color Tone Down Brush: The Color Tone Down adjustment brush can be used over areas of your image where colors may appear too saturated.
PPF – Smoothing Brush: The Smoothing adjustment brush can be used to smooth skin or wrinkles in your backdrops.
PPF – Strong Contrast: The Strong Contrast adjustment brush is great for areas of your image that appear very dull or hazy or use it to add a big POP.