Natural light photographer, I thrive on these fleeting moments where the love, joy, or soul shows. My artistic background is always showing through my photography work. You will get the more formal portraits, they are after all, what we are looking for at first . But beyond that, candid moments, soulful mood, unexpected places is also what I want to bring out... I hope you'll like my photographic vision...
Isabelle ♥

Monday, January 3, 2011

SoulGlow Light Layers

SoulGlow Light Layers is a set of 8 light layers and 8 light enhancing textures.

It was designed to add light and a lovely glow to your images. Since I started shooting RAW I noticed almost all of my photos would come out a little dull, and I also tend to underexpose them. I needed a easy way to liven and lighten them up. That's when I thought of creating Light Layers, they can add glow and light at the same time, and some of them have a subtle texture as well. They give the best results used on "Soft Light" mode. They can still be used on "Overlay" mode, but at a lower opacity.  Since those are light layers, if your opacity is too high on "Overlay" you may end up with a burnt look, so that is why I recommend you use them in "Soft light" mode.   Light Layers can be duplicated for a stronger effect or combined.  A tutorial is included in the file.

SoulGlow Light Layers can be purchased HERE 25$ usd
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