October 11, 2019

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Post-processing for winter images can be challenging. Mis-coloured white balance, overexposure, too much saturation. We've all been there which is why we've created our own set of winter photography presets to share with you, our winter-loving photography friends!

These presets are a great base for further editing and tweaking. If you're not sure how to install and use presets, check out our handy guide here.

To download, click the link below and enter your email. We'll send you a link to download the presets. Once downloaded, open your Lightroom and click the plus sign on the left side panel where it says "Presets." Click "import" and select the series of presets from your downloads or wherever else they are saved.

Download free presets

 

Voila! You've now got a rad set of presets to kickstart your winter post-processing.

There are lot's of goodies in there but here's a sneak peek of what to expect.

 

Winter Portrait

 

Black and White Overcast

 

Black and White Sunny

 

Speed Riding

 

Bluebird 

download free winter presets

 

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Erica | Vallerret Photography Gloves
Erica | Vallerret Photography Gloves

January 11, 2021

Sorry to hear that, Frank. I hope you recover well and get back out in the field soon. Best wishes.

Frank
Frank

December 18, 2020

Thanks for that. My wife and me are infected with covid. Once we are back in life we will try out.
Stay safe and healthy.

Erica
Erica

November 27, 2019

Hope you enjoy the presets! Happy winter shooting. :)

Jeannine Smith
Jeannine Smith

November 27, 2019

Thank you!!
Love your gloves!

Paul Crawley
Paul Crawley

November 27, 2019

Thanks for these, can’t wait to give them a go.

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Help With Sizing

FIND YOUR SIZE:

  1. Measure around the widest part of your hand with a relaxed open palm.
  2. Measure from base of hand to the tip of the middle finger.

PEASE NOTE:  We design our gloves to be snug for best camera feel possible. This sizing chart reflects snuggly fitted gloves.

    Unisex Size Guide XS S M L XL XXL
    Hand Girth cm  18 - 20  20 - 21 21 - 22 22 - 23 23 - 25 25-28
    inch  7.1 - 7.9   7.9 - 8.3  8.3 - 8.7 8.7 - 9.1 9.1 - 9.8 9.8-11.0
    Hand Length cm  16.0 - 17.5  17.5 - 18.5 18.0 - 19.0 19.0 - 20.0 20.5 - 22.0 22-24.0
    inch  6.3 - 6.9 6.9 - 7.2 7.1 - 7.5 7.5 - 7.9 8.1 - 8.7 8.7-9.4
     EU Size Equivalent  EU 7.5  EU 8 EU 8.5 EU 9 EU 10 EU 11
     Unisex Glove Models: Markhof Pro 2.0 | Skadi Zipper Mitt | Ipsoot | Alta Over-Mitt | Merino Liner Touch | Primaloft/Merino Liner | Urbex | Powerstretch Pro Liners
    Female Size Guide* XS S M L XL
    Hand Girth cm 16.0 - 17.5 17.5 - 18.8 18.5 - 20.0 20.0 - 21.5 -
    inch  6.3 - 6.9 6.9 - 7.4 7.2 - 7.9 7.9 - 8.5 -
    Hand Length cm 15.5 - 16.5 16.3 - 17.2  17.0 - 18.5 19.0 - 20.0 -
    inch  6.1 - 6.5 6.4 - 6.8 6.7 - 7.3 7.5 - 7.9 -
     EU Size Equivalent  EU 6  EU 7 EU 8 EU 9 -
    *This size guide is specific only to W's Nordic Photography Glove

      

    Please note, our gloves are designed to fit snuggly to give you the best camera feel without compromising on warmth. If you prefer a looser fit, please consider to go a size up.

    As we learn more and more about gloves we also learn that all hands are different. Some people have long skinny fingers and slim wrists, others have wide hands with short fingers.

    Our gloves wont fit all even with the right measurements from the sizing chart – but we try!

     

    What size should I get if I'm between sizes?

    For many, the best option will be to go up a size if your measurements are in between sizes.

    If you are between sizes or if your hands do not fit into the measurements on our sizing chart, we recommend prioritizing the fit for the girth measurement. The girth is the most important measurement and if the girth size on the glove is too small, you won't be able to fit the glove.

     

    Should I size up for my liner glove?

    If you’re considering pairing a liner glove with your photography gloves, we recommend choosing the same size liner as photography glove. We designed our liners to be thin and fit inside of our photography gloves so we recommend your normal size in liners. There are two exceptions to this:

    Exception #1: If you are at the very end of the ratio size in the sizing chart, e.g. 1 mm from being a size Large, then we advise going up a glove size if you plan to often wear the liner with the gloves. 

    Exception #2: If your personal preference is to wear fairly loose gloves, then you should also go up a size when adding a liner. We don't recommend this as you will compromise dexterity with loose gloves and our priority is best possible camera feel. But you know best what you like!

    House tip: Make sure to choose a liner size that is snug/tight on your hand for the best Fliptech performance when wearing liners and gloves together.

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