Posts Tagged ‘“when the hurly-burly’s done”’

Shyly looking down to some bright bokeh evening lights. Just don’t tell anyone it’s f/3.2, okay? I’ve got a reputation to maintain. This used ‘When the hurly-burly’s done’ with a few tweaks and a red tint. Download from the harold.lloyd presets tab up yonder.

Under that red awning top left? They’re making darn good hamburgers on an open grill. But you won’t know that unless you go down there and try them.

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Rushed. Rly. On a Sunday morning of all things. Isn’t right. Not at all.

This had a preset applied a while back (‘When the hurly-burly’s done’, available for free download) but then I tweaked and tweaked. Lowering the vibrance was what really did it. Quite like it now. Could be better, but okay for the moment. There may be more. Later. Rly. Note the ‘may’.

Definitely wrong.

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For Bench MondYay. Processed with “when the hurly-burly’s done” preset and then softened with the “new soft” preset. Both of which are available for download up above there ^^^

You can see examples of what the “New Soft” Preset does to photos below.


New Soft adds a soft glow to photos. It can be applied to a photo on its own, or mixed and matched with other presets.

On its own

New Soft Preset

Mixed with other presets

Nostalgia (from the Magical collection):
Nostalgia + New Soft

Vintage Aliumery 2:
Vintage aliumery + New Soft

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A very apt quote. I rediscovered a whole swathe of these alium from, lessee, May (May!) in LightRoom and started to play with some of the newer presets. I would now have significant difficulty if anyone ever told me I’d have to choose a single flower to photomograph for the rest of my days. Alium? Daisy? Bluebell? Echinacea? Crocosmia? Woe, woe, woe would be harold. Which makes this a good candidate for sad bokeh friday, where the Maxeran roams free, grazing in organic migraine-less pastures.

This one used the new ‘When the hurly-burly’s done’ preset. Not only is it new? It’s free. For all. A free-for-all! Lightroom and ACR / Photoshop versions right here.


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