Think of a Kit as a toolbox with various instruments that let you experiment and achieve the effects you want in your photos.
An environmental portrait is taken in your model’s usual environment, such as in their home or workplace, and typically shines a light on your model’s life and inner world.
For indoor portraits with hard direct light and an artistic film simulation. Best for creating a retro feeling.
Instantly add a metallic touch with a brush of silver over the image.
A pink light flare gives a modern and vibrant mood.
For indoor portraits with mixed color lighting. Best suited for artistic, playful, colorful, and expressive portraits.
Red tones add warmth and depth to your photo.
An original solid grain instantly creates a magical atmosphere.
For indoor portraits with artificial light and warm processing. Best suited for professional and friendly portraits shot in the workplace.
Convey a happy feeling thanks to a subtle multicolored light.
Tiny imperfections give your photo a nostalgic vibe.
For cold portraits with natural light. Most suitable for outdoor photos in the shade of trees to evoke a feeling of serenity.
Green evokes a sense of nature and dilutes the stone-cold atmosphere.
Add more light and brightness to the top of the photo, as if the sun were shining through.
For outdoor shots, with a bleach bypass effect. Suitable for portraits with a mysterious and entrancing atmosphere, with outdoor light, and with an adventurous setting.
Aquamarine instantly makes a photo more eye-catching.
Easily create a retro vibe to any scene.
including mistakes to avoid when composing your shot and tips on how to work with your model.
Add-ons tips and tricks
Interview about what makes or breaks an environmental portrait
Step-by-step instruction for preparing for an environmental photo shoot
The Environmental Portraiture Kit will not only help you create unique portraits but will be the start of a whole new adventure into the world of photography through all its stages.Start Your Journey
For any person, and even more so for a photographer, it’s important to feel the process before getting the result.
Looking at a photograph of the night sky, we imagine an astrophotographer sailing on their first journey into the world of night photography. Initially, they start by learning the right timing for this type of photography and quick hacks on how to take the best shot. Then they prepare the necessary lens and a tripod. Then choose the right place and time and set up all the equipment. Next comes the magic of the process itself. And only after coming back home and having a good night’s sleep does the photographer begin to work on editing the pictures. Sounds magical, doesn’t it?
But what if you want to shoot several portraits while also being deeply immersed in your photography journey?
We want every photographer, regardless of the genre they work in — astrophotography, aerial, landscape, portrait — to feel the magic of immersion in the process from the beginning of the photo shoot to the moment the final result is obtained.
That’s why our first LuminarAI and Luminar Neo Kit is dedicated to environmental portrait photography.
An environmental portrait is a photograph of a person in a place that means something to them and forms an important part of their personality. It can be an artist’s workshop, office, garden, and so on.
Our Environmental Portraiture Kit will help you think about the idea for your photo shoot, formulate the feelings you want to convey, and actually create a portrait!
From the moment you come up with your idea, we’ll help you choose the right location, decide on the technical nuances of the setup, clearly convey the atmosphere, correctly use the environment, choose the model’s poses, and figure out all the other important details.
You’ll get exclusive tips from the specialists of Team Skylum, including mistakes to avoid when composing your shot and tips on how to work with your model. Plus, you’ll get a universal Kit of processing tools (Templates/Presets and Overlays) and a detailed guide on how to use them to achieve your desired effect when editing your photos.