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Strike a Pose Workflow

A bundle of 69 Portrait presets, plus 62 portrait brushes that will give you a new way of editing your portrait images in a professional style.

A bundle of 69 Portrait presets, plus 62 portrait brushes that will give you a new way of editing your portrait images in a professional style.

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$39.00

If we talk about portrait photography we ought to mention photographic post-production, and there is no better way to define the work of photographic post-production than Adobe Lightroom.

Feast your eyes with professional quality adjustments: vivid colors, subtle brightness, enhanced details... all in a set of work tools that are easy to use, fun and best of all - that will not affect your personal style.

Our ”Strike a Pose” workflow was designed to boost the natural beauty of the portraits that we take in our daily work. Improve skin tone, give more shine to hair, or why not paint a sexy smile? - ”Strike a Pose” workflow can do all those tasks and more, in just seconds with our already famous ”All-in-One” presets.

Don't miss the opportunity to transform your portraits into true masterpieces!

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Learn how to enhance facial details in this step-by-step guide:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3w4-0yNvMbg

Needing to fix skin tones? No problem:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUaYrZYfbAU

How about editing hair with Lightroom? Let ”Strike A Pose Workflow” give you a helping hand:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ji5Wt9iXPMY

Let your postproduction tools do the magic when it's time for eye enhancements:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoWfOzOh-Gw

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The install procedure is as follows:

1) Unzip the file you downloaded from our website
2) Copy the folder named ”Presets”
3) Open Lightroom, go to Edit -- Preferences. In there, switch to the Presets tab and click at ”Show Lightroom Presets Folder”
4) A new Finder's window should open. Double click ”Lightroom”, then double click ”Develop Presets”.
5) Paste inside the folder you have copied
6) Go now to the folder where you have copied the ”Presets”, but now copy the folder ”Brushes”.
7) Go all the way back to the ”Lightroom” folder (the one previous to ”Develop Presets”), but now double click ”Local Adjustment Presets”.
8) Paste inside the ”Brushes” folder.

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