Alpine for Lightroom & Photoshop now Available
I’m pleased to announce that my latest set of Lightroom presets are now finally available. I had previewed these a while ago, with the intention of releasing them shortly thereafter, but then Adobe went and changed the preset format, so I had to delay the launch until I made sure everything was working ok. The advantage of the delay is that the set is now compatible with both Photoshop and Lightroom, and I’ve also included 5 creative profiles too. So without further ado, introducing Alpine for Lightroom and Photoshop.
The idea behind Alpine was to create a set of presets for creatively colouring images of forests and mountains. I wanted to go for the “Woodsman” style look, which is popular in some outdoors magazines. that was the start of the process, and it kind of took on a life of its own from there. There are 19 presets in total, although some are “light” and “dark” variations of the same style.
There are also 5 creative profiles for use with the new profile browser. Interestingly, I’ve achieved some quite interesting looks by combining the presets and the profiles, so that’s something to check out also. You can find out more and see some examples over on the product page, and I’ve also embedded the video demo I had made previously there too.
Alpine is available now for €8 but for the rest of the week it will be on sale for €6.50 (Price may vary depending on your local vat rate and your location in the world)