A street photography and general usage Lightroom preset pack developed from my favourite country to shoot in – Japan.

One of the things I love about this country is the amount of detail, care and thought they put into their work and culture. It’s something I’ve tried to bring out in these images and in this preset pack.

What you’ll find here is a pack full of versatility. From the bright neon lights of Shinjuku to the rich, cultural alleyways of Kyoto, there’s something in this pack for everyone.

Street level – Japan

Lightroom preset pack

$29AUD

Check it out

Preset previews

‘Oriental’
RAW
‘Deep Colour’
RAW
‘Pop and fade (Film 1)’
RAW
‘Pull colours (Film 2)’
RAW
‘Neo Tokyo (Film 3)’
RAW
‘Cold shoulder’
RAW
‘Desat’
RAW
‘Got the blues’
RAW
‘Pretty in pink’
RAW
‘The start’
RAW

Street level – Japan

Lightroom preset pack

$29AUD

Check it out

Overview

If there’s one country that holds a special place in my heart, it’s Japan.

The food, the culture, the social camaraderie, I could go on all day about the different things I love about this country. As such, it’s only fitting that it has its own preset pack dedicated to it.

The streets are alive in Japan, and that’s what I wanted to focus on for this preset pack. It takes aim with a more street photography-style focus. It’s great for those classic alleyway shots, bright neon shots and more, however it’s also great for lots of different types of photography too. Definitely experiment with this pack.

Usage is pretty straight forward, nothing special here; however I did add 5 component presets too which you can use on top of any preset. These components are add-ons from some of the presets that I use more often, sometimes in conjunction with other settings.

I hope you enjoy them!

As always, if you do buy this preset pack and decide to post any images on Instagram, feel free to hashtag #patkaypresets so I can see your creations!

❤️, Pat

Street level – Japan

Lightroom preset pack

$29AUD

Check it out

How to install Lightroom presets

Watch this. And if you didn’t understand that, watch this.