Everyone is loving the new InstaAlbum we launched a few weeks ago! We love that we've given you the chance to compile all of your favorite personal images - and as a bonus you can display it in your studio to have your clients swooning over getting one for all of their own images! Today we have a great share from Lena of Lena Hyde Photography, "I take tons of pictures of my family with my iPhone, and I don't want them to just be archived away on the computer. Every vacation is made into an album, and this one is so much fun and easy to populate! My kids will never be that age again, and I love having a beautiful, high quality album that we can always look back on and enjoy."From the shop: Digital point-and-shoots and smartphone camera applications have added a level of personalization to the world of photography. These fun digitals are a glimpse into your personal life through simple capture technology. Archiving them should be just as personal ”“ and just as simple! The InstaAlbum is a simple-to-use template layout that can be tailored to fit virtually any album specifications. The layout's square photo slots are designed to accommodate Instagram imaging with minimal adjustments, but are also fully editable for customized shapes and sizes. InstaAlbum is the perfect template for creating album products for senior sessions, modern engagements, and even photo books to market your own studio. Click here to check out the InstaAlbum in the shop!
As photographers, we’re always on the lookout for new tools that will make our workflow faster and easier (while making our images look their best), and when we found Mastin Labs’ film presets for Lightroom, specifically Fuji Pro, Ilford B&W and Kodak Portra, we knew we had hit gold!
We downloaded and installed all three, and watched the included Getting Started tutorials Edit Your First Image and Using Tone Profiles that hold your hand and walk you through the presets and how they work.
The presets are incredibly easy to use, and quick to apply. And, we love that they are designed to replicate the films that we have known and loved.