Free Photoshop Pastel Curve.

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Download free Photoshop Curve, Winter Cherry [here].

I have always been a fan of pastel editing but mainly focused on warm tones. This time round I would want to share with you this that I just established, coming in lovely ocean blue hues!

If you have any queries regarding download and usage, drop me a comment! 

love, M

Gear: Nikon D7000 + Nikkor 50mm portrait lens; Editing: Photoshop Curve, Winter Cherry

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11 Responses to “Free Photoshop Pastel Curve.”

  1. Hi mandy, absoultely love your pictures as always. I just got my new nikon d5100 and i was wondering, if you don't mind sharing; what settings of white balance do you use? Do you leave it at Auto or direct sunlight or your own custom preset? Because I find leaving it at direct sunlight gives me more warmer hues and Auto at a colder hue. Am i right? Not sure if it's my camera or the computer, the colours always seem off. I'm sorry for bothering, and thanks for taking your time to read this. Appreciate it. :)

    xo~

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    1. Hello Mindy, my white balance is at Cloudy, but sometimes I set it to Sunlight if it's too orangey. It all depends the hues you love - I generally prefer warmer ones. Try testing different balances to find the one you love! And don't feel sorry for asking! All the best xx

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    2. Hi Mandy, thank you for your reply. I sorta got it now, I realized that when I shoot in liveview mode, the before & after snapping, the colour differ so much. Not sure if its happens in Nikon cameras though cos in my old Canon, how i look in liveview & after snapping, the colours are the same. Haha... no wonder I kept thinking what was wrong with the colour. Thanks again Mandy. xx

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    3. Oh some Canon cameras do have colour differences between camera view and computer view I have heard! I haven't encountered such problem yet on my Nikon. Anyway you can adjust the colours on computer as post processing so I hope it isn't too much of a problem for you! :) Good luck xx

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  2. Thank you for the free curve!

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  3. Hello,but why my photoshop can't open acv files?why should i do?

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    1. You can google/youtube how to load photoshop curve! :) It should be open under the curve adjustments menu.

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  4. hi, thank you for upload :) i already downloaded the file but how to apply into the photo?i'm new to photoshop tools ><

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