Juvet Hotel – Norway

Photos from Norway’s road tip last week. Nature landscape hotel in the middle of the forest.

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Hello October

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Two days ago while we where passing by this river on our way to visit some relatives. I had to stop and capture the beauty of this place; trees reflection on the calm river, the sky was blue clear so as the water. And the sun was about to sit. It was the perfect moment!

 

 

Yellow Pumps

One of week days in July me and my friend Lina had a street style photoshoot in the city featuring her lovely outfit with yellow pumps. One usually wares different type of casual shoes around here so we ladies miss waring pumps..

The photos has been edited by me today using lightroom and I hope you guys like them.

 

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Model : Lina Strom

 

Tutorial: How to change / set the opacity of a lightroom preset

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First make a copy of the original image. Right click on image + create virtual copies. After applying your desirable lightroom preset to the image copy.
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Right click and select Edit In, then select Open as layers in Photoshop.Command or control select both images ( original and the copy ).

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Your both images will appear like this in Photoshop. The original photo will be over the copy. Select the layer of the original image and move below the copy image ( with the preset effect)
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With the copy image ( with the preset effect ) selected change the opacity to your favorable percentage. In my example I changed the opacity to 70% which game me exactly the effect I needed.

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At the end make sure you change the option of saving as Photoshop file. Save your work to your desirable format, I usually use PNG. I hope this tutorial was helpful.