I received a number of responses to my fog photos asking how I had done that. Now I can tell a whole story there (mainly about contrast) but I can better provide you with the preset that I made and used on the fog photos.

The preset is specially made to apply contrasts but to keep the right tone. This can of course also be changed by adjusting the color sliders. If you want to know more about this you can read it in our documentation.

Below an example of a photo that has been edited with this preset. By clicking on it you see it large and you can quickly switch back and forth with the arrow keys between the two photos to see the differences. The preset that you download also gives the result below on similar photos.


Download the preset:

If you click on the photo below you can see it on Flickr and see the responses to the photo.

For Those Who Wondered

If you want to experiment with the preset, then you just have to do that. The settings always go back to the standard position. If you make something beautiful, save it. Do you want to share the preset? That is possible via this website, then give me a message,


analog presets
NIK Software

Install presets

In an article you see step by step how to install presets in the NIK software. In addition, you can watch in a video how that works.


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