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Here I want to share with you two or three sites that you can navigate to in order to get some more information about working with presets. Well, the first site is onOne Software. The folks at onOne Software very generously have put together this little set of presets, 140 of them. And what you can do is if you do a search on their site, you can find this page and you can then Download and install these presets. If you scroll down it'll show you some of the presets and how you might start to process your images with them.
Another site that I want to share with you which I am really excited about is a Visual Supply Co. That's visualsupply.co. And here what you can do is download presets that they call VSCO Film. These allow you to simulate different looks of film. You can see how these different images are processed. You can download large image samples and also click through these options to see how these presets might work. These cost something, but the results are absolutely stunning. Another way to come up with presets is to do a search for "acr presets" or just "Camera Raw Presets." This will then give you a number of different options.
For example, let's click on one here at the top, One Willow Presets. As we scroll down, at this particular site, you can see that there are different collections of presets that you can use. So whatever you decide to do, what I recommend is that you at least start off with onOne Software. At least try out these free presets, because sometimes what I find is that I can use presets kind of as a launching pad. They start me off in my overall workflow. Very rarely do I use a preset by itself; rather, I select it and then I customize it to my own needs and to my own photographs.
And it can also expand your overall creative potential when it comes to processing your images using Camera Raw.
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