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10 Vintage Black & White Lightroom Presets

10 Vintage Black & White Lightroom Presets

10 Vintage Black & White Lightroom Presets

Although the modern world is all about modernization these days, people still long for the touch of something aged, vintage and well, old! Vintage black & white or antique photography always gives you that sense of history and all the great memories that come along with it. It is our most immediate link to the past. Sometimes a photo would look very normal and boring, but when you change picture from color to black and white black and white, you end up with a great final output. So, if you like a vintage, washed out look of photos but don’t know how to achieve it, these 10 vintage black and white lightroom presets is just for you! Use these presets to create your black and white photography images in seconds.

Supported File Formats and Results

Our presets was designed to be used with virtually any type of file that can be opened with Adobe Lightroom. You can also use the Develop module in Lightroom to easily adjust the presets to your own style or the needs of the image.

Supported File Formats Include:
> DNG FILE FORMAT
> TIFF FILE FORMAT
> PSD FILE FORMAT
> RAW FILE FORMAT
> JPG FILE FORMAT
> JPEG FILE FORMAT
Unsupported File Formats Include:
> PNG FILE FORMAT
> GIF FILE FORMAT

We know that lightroom presets are great and can achieve amazing results. However there are some exceptions to the rule where our presets may not give you the best results. Below is a few examples of when our presets may not give you the desired result.

> OVEREXPOSED PHOTOS
> UNDEREXPOSED PHOTOS
> IMAGES WITH NO BACKGROUNDS
> LOW QUALITY IMAGES

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