Free Affinity Photo Presets
Affinity Photo presets will come in handy if you want to enhance your photos in several clicks. Being equally suitable for images taken indoors and outdoors, the presets make colors brighter, improve the skin tone, instantly fix contrast issues, remove inky shadows, and adjust white balance. All presets for Affinity Photo work flawlessly in all versions of the program, and can even be imported to the software with preset support. If you are tired of standard color editing and are after something personalized, make sure to download these packs.
Affinity Photo Preset #1 "Bright Colors"
Affinity Photo Preset #2 "Cinema"
Affinity Photo Preset #3 "Orange and Teal"
Affinity Photo Preset #4 "Airy"
Affinity Photo Preset #5 "Soft Skin"
Affinity Photo Preset #6 "Contrast"
Affinity Photo Preset #7 "Sunset"
Affinity Photo Preset #8 "Bright"
Affinity Photo Preset #9 "Old Film"
Affinity Photo Preset #10 "Monochrome"
Affinity Photo Preset #11 "Landscape"
Affinity Photo Preset #12 "Darkness"
Affinity Photo Preset #13 "Blush"
Affinity Photo Preset #14 "Cold"
Affinity Photo Preset #15 "Color Grading"
What are Affinity Photo Presets?
The collection of free Affinity Photo presets can become a helpful addition to your standard color editing toolset. They are designed to speed up a regular routine and provide newbie and professional photographers with efficient tools for creative experiments.
These presets are easy to download and use in all Affinity Photo versions. They are claimed to cover a multitude of photo genres.
Some presets in the package are suitable for editing portrait and family photos, while others reveal their full potential when applied to landscape and urban shots. You can also choose presets that enliven the color gamut or opt for filters aimed at B&W transformations.
All presets are available on the FixThePhoto website, so you can be sure you get a licensed product. Once you’ve downloaded them to your computer, you need to open Affinity Photo, and find the “Add Preset” button in the upper left corner. Click on it and import the needed presets. Now, you can apply a preset to your photos by opening Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Presets.