FREE PHOTOMATIX PRESETS

5 FREE Photomatix Pro Presets that I use for my HDR (High Dynamic Range) images! I hope these presets can save you a little time and effort in your HDR processing. Just click the image below to enlarge and see the effects. The default image is on the left, and my preset image is on the right. If you have any questions, feel free to ask! I hope you enjoy and stay tuned for my upcoming preset bundle!
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Note: I have uploaded the .zip file "FreePhotomatixpresetJBP.zip" to MediaFire to ensure a safe and FREE download! I hope you enjoy! 


Instructions for downloading 
  1. Click to download the "FreePhotomatixpresetJBP2.zip" file. I suggest saving to your desktop. 
  2. Unzip the file. 
  3. Select the 5 files.
  4. Copy and paste into your "Photomatix Pro Preset" folder. OR... Open up Photomatix Pro. Start to process an image. On the bottom of the adjustment menu, click import preset. (Seach for your desktop or where ever you saved the files). You might have to do it one at a time to get all three in. This is why I prefer the copy and paste method. 
  5. Once imported, you find them located in your custom preset collection.

Included File Names: 
  1. frB&Wco.xmp
  2. frExpoFusco1.xmp
  3. frNatCoolco.xmp
  4. frStyleco.xmp
  5. frToonB&W2.xmp


Titanic - PaintXpress1.xmp, Mountain Road - MtnRoad1.xmp, Lazy River - LzrRvr1.xmp

Just $0.99 (US)
My NEW Pro bundle of (25) Photomatix Pro presets available for download.  It includes the samples above - LzrRvr1.xmp, MtnRoad1.xmp, PaintXpress1.xmp Plus 22 more for just $0.99 (US). This saves you guess work and time to get the look you want! Stay tuned for more to come! 

Instructions for downloading 
  1. Click to download the "PhotomatixProPreset3.zip" file. I suggest saving to your desktop. 
  2. Unzip the file. 
  3. Select the three files (LzrRvr1.xmp, MtnRoad1.xmp, PaintXpress1.xmp). 
  4. Copy and paste into your "Photomatix Pro Preset" folder. OR... Open up Photomatix Pro. Start to process an image. On the bottom of the adjustment menu, click import preset. (Seach for your desktop or where ever you saved the files). You might have to do it one at a time to get all three in. This is why I prefer the copy and paste method. 
  5. Once imported, you find them located in your custom preset collection.


Click to apply these to your HDR images. Then I recommend playing a little with the slider adjustments to get the exact look your going for if it's not there already. If you have any questions feel free to contact me! Leave a comment or Tweet me @Batteman87


NEW DOWNLOAD OFFER!!!



"How'd you do that?" is a common question we field with our HDR photography. Today, we're excited to provide a little piece of the answer. Aiken HDR proudly brings to you A HUGE Bundle of Photomatix presets that we use the most! That's right, these are from our personal collection! All of the presets here have used in our published images... YES,  the're ALL in this bundle.
This download consist of whooping 85 Photomatix Pro Presets!
It's taken several years to build this bundle of presets in our personal collection. We know from experience, It can take a lot of time to adjust a High Dynamic Range (HDR) photo to get that look you're going for. These presets are guarnteed get you there sooner!
We do give a lot of stuff away for free however because we put a lot of time and effort into this bundle we have decided to sell it. But for cheap!!! It's just $2.99 or less if you share on Facebook or Twitter. 


The details

This download is a .zip file that includes
1. Read Me .PDF for install instructions and the boring copyright info.
2. AikenHDRppp.zip that is a compressed file that will also need to be unzipped. Once unzipped you will have files labeled "AikenHDR 1.xmp" through "AikenHDR 85.xmp".
3. PDF file of the basics of What the Photomatix Sliders Do.

Installation

We suggest saving the files to you desktop or into a new folder on your desktop for easy locating/relocating. It is a compressed file that will need to be unzipped once you download it.  Once unzipped, just copy the files and paste into your "Photomatix Pro Presets" folder.
The other method to import the .xmp files/presets into Photomatix
Open up Photomatix Pro. Start to process an image. On the bottom of the adjustment menu, click import preset. (Search for your desktop or where ever you saved the files). You might have to do it one at a time to get all of them in. This is why we prefer the copy and paste method.



2 comments:

  1. Unfortunately, the "5 FREE Photomatix Pro Presets" is damaged, it can not be opened.
    András, skss@tvn.hu

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    1. Sorry about that. Recently the site I used to host them before now increased their fees and changed their terms of service. So I decided to remove them and host them here now -> http://www.thebattecave.com/the-blog/free-photomatix-presets

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