"The Adventure Everyday pack is BY FAR my favorite— it makes my heart sing!"
- Rachel Ashcraft
Photo: Bisual Studio
Photo: Duet Postscriptum
Photo: Curtis Kim
Photo: Trinette Reed
Preset Pack Details
Open each title for pack details— so many goodies inside.
What looks are included in Adventure Everyday?
Bright and colorful, Ektar 100 delivers bold, saturated tones with natural looking skin, perfect for candid snapshots.
Glowing and full of nostalgia, Gold 200 is a golden toned and medium contrast look with low saturation, making it the most versatile preset in this pack.
Classic black and white, Tri-X 400 delivers emotive photographs with medium contrast and gorgeous grain.
Mastin Magic Toolkit™: One-click fixes to up your game.
Included with your preset pack, our custom tools help you correct the trickiest photos.
AUTO WHITE BALANCE
Sometimes your camera gets it wrong. Get a starting point for true-to-life color.
Fix vignetting and distortion, minimize color fringing, and remove chromatic aberration to instantly improve every image.
Tired of crooked buildings?Clean up your photosby correcting vertical and horizontal lines.
A lifesaver for mixed light, extra warm sunsets, and spray tans that just won’t quit.
Inspired by the original tone profiles from the Fuji Frontier film scanner, these correct contrast while preserving the look of film.
While our presets start grain-free, you can complete your look with 35mm or medium-format grain.
Bonus education included: Fast editing, made easy.
Includes Step-by-Step Tutorial Video and Practice Images
Master Mastin Labs in minutes with unique video tutorials and raw images for you to edit alongside Kirk Mastin himself.
Each pack comes with a unique training video and three raw files that you can edit start to finish and achieve a perfect edit the very first time you use Mastin Labs.
What is the Mastin Workflow™?
Discover how to make beautiful photos in just three steps with Adventure Everyday.
With the Mastin Workflow™, getting a clean, consistent film look is fast and easy:
1. Apply a preset
2. Adjust exposure
3. Adjust white balance.
Seriously, editing really can be that simple.