Introducing StreetLUX for Lightroom & Photoshop
Today, I’m happy to announce the launch of my latest set of Lightroom Presets: StreetLUX. I got the idea for StreetLUX when I was processing my most recent set of photos from my Street Photo Diary series, and I was originally using my Monolith Presets. I wanted a high contrast look, but I wanted to create something a little more “film like” so I went back to the drawing board and came up with a new set. But I didn’t stop there and I also created a set of colour presets too, which were inspired by the “chrome” style of films from the past.
So, basically, StreetLUX for Lightroom is a set of presets for Lightroom 7.3 or later and Photoshop CC 19.1 or later. The set contains 20 presets in total, with 10 colour and 10 monochrome looks. As mentioned, it is designed to create a high contrast film look that is popular among some street photographers. The black and white looks are inspired by push processed films, although it isn’t intended to be a direct emulation of any particular film stock. The “Chrome” films are based on print film and colour slide and films, and again, aren’t direct emulations, but rather they are artistic emulations. The StreetLUX chrome style is designed to mimic some of the older “chrome” type films.
Here are a few samples to give you an idea.
I also have included two sample presets that you can download for free and try and you can find these on the product page on the store.
The presets will work with Lightroom Classic, Lightroom CC, Lightroom Mobile and Photoshop providing you’re using the latest versions. They’re on sale now for €8 but there is a special launch discount for the rest of August with the set going for just €5 (price includes vat, and may vary depending on your local vat rate)