DVLOP Presets for Lightroom - The Basics
DVLOP - THE BASICS
(FOR ADOBE LIGHTROOM AND ACR)
DUAL ILLUMINANT PROFILES
For Lightroom Classic and ACR users
When editing a Raw file from a DVLOP supported camera, Lightroom or ACR will automatically detect you camera model and apply a custom Dual Illuminant color profile built specifically for your sensor. When changing the white balance, Lightroom or ACR will create a custom blend between the two unique illuminated portions of the profile to allow for color accuracy from camera system to camera system across the white balance spectrum. This means your DVLOP presets will look nearly identical to the artists intent regardless of the camera system you shoot.
More on Dual-Illuminant profiles:
We are constantly adding new cameras and usually support most major camera releases at or around the same time Adobe adds support.
List of supported cameras:
For Lightroom (Non-Classic) Desktop and Mobile
All packs include a modified version of the presets that can work without the need for the Dual Illuminant camera profiles on Lightroom Desktop and Mobile. These presets can be used to sync with raw files across systems, but they can also be used on non-raw photos and photos directly from your mobile device.
How to sync DVLOP presets to Lightroom Mobile:
For Lightroom Classic and ACR
DVLOP has introduced a system of modular presets that intuitively spur creativity. Most DVLOP preset packs include additional components made for natural mixing of styles.
DVLOP presets are divided into a few powerful components. This modular approach will allow our presets to be either (1) a simple and efficient tool built for speed, or (2) a more advanced engine to create completely new styles. We will detail both paths in this section.
Let us begin with the basic components:
The Presets: The Tone Curves:
The Tool Kit:
OPACITY CONTROL PRESETS
For Lightroom Classic 7.3 and Later and ACR
Most of our artist specific mixing packs include a second folder of Opacity Control presets.
These presets build on top of our Dual Illuminant camera profiles and use Adobe’s Creative Profile channel to allow for user control over the opacity of the preset itself.
Most of the sliders will still be zero’d out when using the Opacity Control versions of the presets and the Opacity Control presets are not compatible with modifiers or toolkits, so the standard versions are always available for those who want maximum versatility and mixability.
ISO ADAPTIVE PRESETS
For Lightroom Classic 9.3 and Later
DVLOP presets will automatically adapt to the ISO settings for each individual image. They might, for instance, introduce a relative amount of noise reduction and modify sharpening automatically when it detects the raw file was shot in low light at a higher sensitivity. This all takes place automatically and can significantly speed up workflows.