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Parisian City Portrait Action and LUT

Enhance your city and street portraits with this beautiful toning action for Adobe Photoshop!

Enhance your city and street portraits with this beautiful toning action for Adobe Photoshop!

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$9.00

Parisian action offers beautiful film-inspired color toning for city portrait, lifestyle and street photography. Artistic and moody, this .ATN action will add expression and character to your images.

Made for professionals aiming to speed up their workflow and for amateurs wishing to enhance their urban/street/portrait image portfolio or Instagram feed.

KEY FEATURES:
- Signature Paris-inspired colors
- One-click fully-automated action, no user input required
- Made with adjustment layers for easy tune-up
- Instructions included

BONUS for videographers:
- LUT color grading style (.3dl, .csp, .cube, .icc) based on Parisian toning

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- Run your Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop app.
- After your file has synced, it will be available in your in your local ”Downloads” folder (Parisian

City Portrait Action by Presetrain Co.zip). Unzip it to any folder.

Can't find the download?

- Open the Creative Cloud desktop application, click the three vertical dots icon in the upper-right, and

then select Preferences.
- Click Creative Cloud and select Files. Ensure that File Sync is enabled.

LOADING THE ACTION IN ADOBE PHOTOSHOP:

1. Open Adobe Photoshop.
2. Look for the Actions window (open it if it's not present: Window->Actions).
3. Click the small arrow button located in the top-right of the Actions window.
4. Select Load Actions.
5. Select the .atn file(s) from location where you unpacked your zip archive to.
6. Your action(s) will load into the Adobe Photoshop Actions window. Done!

HOW TO USE:

1. Open you image.
2. Make sure it is flat (no layers, to avoid confusion) and in RGB mode.
3. Please consider retouching image (removing defects and making other technical corrections) before

applying the action.
4. Select your action by clicking on it and press Play button (little arrow) on the bottom of the Actions

panel.
5. Done! A new group of adjustment layers is created above your original image. You can modify the

settings to your taste and project style.



== BONUS LUT ==

LUTs (color lookup tables) for color grading are compatible with a wide range of video editing software

including (but not limited to) Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro. They can also be used in Adobe

Photoshop.

LOADING THE LUT(S) IN ADOBE PHOTOSHOP:

1. Open an image in Adobe Photoshop
2. From the menu choose: Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Lookup...
3. Name the layer and press OK. A window with Properties tab will apper. Select Load 3D Lut… from the

first drop-down list.
4. Select file from the LUT folder of your download (Adobe Photoshop supports various LUT formats, .CUBE

is default). The effect is applied. Close the window.
5. You may want to use the layer's opacity to control the intensity of the effect. Another option is to

experiment with layer's blending modes to get different variations.

LOADING THE LUT(S) IN ADOBE PREMIERE PRO:

1. In Adobe Premiere Pro, open the Color workspace by clicking on the Color interface tab or going to

Window > Workspaces > Color or pressing Alt+Shift+3.
2. Select the clip you want to work with.
3. In the Lumetri panel, open the Basic Correction tab: go to Basic Correction > Input LUT > Browse...

and select the file from the LUT folder of your download.
4. You've successfully applied a LUT.

LOADING THE LUT(S) IN ADOBE AFTER EFFECTS:

1. Import Your Footage
2. Find the Effects & Presets Panel. Make sure it is visible. If it's not, go to Window > Effects &

Presets and click on it so a check mark appears.
3. Search for the ”Apply Color LUT” utility. Drag and drop Apply Color LUT option onto your footage.
4. In the dialog box select the LUT you'd like to apply.
5. You've successfully applied a LUT to your footage.


Please feel free to contact me for any questions and guidance: presetrain@gmail.com

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