Deep Moods Modern Moody Lightroom & Photoshop Actions & Presets
This is a Collection of our 30 Presets for moody Photo edits in Lightroom & Photoshop ACR & 30 Photoshop Actions. Great for the Indie, Modern, Creative Photographer and Editor.
– Deep Moods collection was inspired by my time spent in Portland Oregon. The gorgeous muted, moody rainy days and deep, artistic sceneries photographed just beautifully. I love the beautiful coastline with deep greens and rich dark sands. The eclectic style in the city was amazing to be able to capture. I wanted to be able to get that same deep moody feeling in all my photos. That is how this preset collection came about.
These preset can be used in a single process to get a more dramatic look. These work great to give you that deep moody greens and rich colors you in other photographers work and all over social media. Deep Moods works on Weddings, Fashion, Landscape, Fine Art Photography, Street Photography, Lifestyle, Indoor/Outdoor Photoshoots, Portraits, Engagements, Maternity and pretty much all creative photography.
– 15 Modern Deep Mood Lightroom Presets
Ranging from soft and desaturated moody to deep dramatic moody. One click toning presets to create a subtle and deep mood to your photography.
– 15 Modern Deep Mood Photoshop ACR Filters
Ranging from soft and desaturated moody to deep dramatic moody. One click toning ACR Filters that can be fully adjusted.
– 30 Modern Deep Photoshop Actions
15 Deep Toning Actions to apply a moody tone in one click. These can be easily controlled by changing the opacity of each layer.
15 Adjustment Actions to help you process, fine tune, and save your images.
– Instructions for Lightroom & Photoshop
– Customer Service help for usage and installation
– BONUS 35 Lightroom Customizing Presets that can be applied on top of any preset in your Lightroom Collections.
They will give you a vary dramatic look and change your image quite a bit.
I have included installation instructions to help you install these in both Lightroom & Photoshop
These presets look best on images that are a bit darker and muted in tone. They create a dramatic look and change the image quite a bit.