FREE LIGHTROOM PRESETS
No More Frustration With Red, Blue and Green Concert Photos!
My Black and White Rockstar Lightroom Presets. Make your concert photos look awesome with only one click - for FREE
- Rockstar Lightroom Presets: 1x Rockstars on grain, 1x Rockstars on fire and 1x Rockstars on steroids. All 3 presets are used by myself for post processing my own concert photos. I don´t need more, because all 3 presets work on multiple lighting conditions.
- Work With Lightroom 4 (and above): They will work with Lightroom version 4 and above on MAC and Windows.
- Instruction They will come with an instruction (PDF) on how to install them on a MAC and Windows computer. You´ll set them up in less then 1 minute.. Promise.
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What People Are Saying
“I tested all 3 presets on multiple red, green and blue overcasted images. Final result was awesome and needed no extra slider tweaking. I can totally recommend Matthias Hombauers' Lightroom presets!”
“These presets made my post production a lot easier. I really like the tones. Just perfect! I can highly recommend Matthias Hombauers' Black & White Rockstar LR presets! ”
“I've been using these presets and they are simple outstanding! Not only have they helped to speed up my post processing workflow, but they will help turn your photos into beautiful black and white images. Easily the best way to help combat the harsh lighting conditions every concert photographer encounters on a regular basis.”
“Thanks for the presets mate, they really help my photos stand out, as well as helped me realise how the black and white should look like ,freaking awesome man ! thanks so much!”
About Matthias Hombauer
I'm Matthias Hombauer. I spent years as a frustrated Ph.D. student until I discovered my passion for concert photography and found a way to become a professional live music photographer with no training!
Since then it's been an unbelievable journey for me - working with artists like Iggy Pop, Peter Gabriel and The Prodigy, getting published on album covers, tour posters and magazines, being a regular contributor for international blogs like Rolling Stone, PetaPixel, Huffington Post UK and advising people at workshops, exhibiting my music pictures, traveling as a tour photographer around the world.
It's hard to imagine that, without having any professional training in photography, I went from being an absolute beginner to shooting for the most famous alternative bands on this planet.