Gshade presets aren’t a one size fits all kind of deal and a preset doesn’t outright tell you what it will and will not work on. The outcome of your screenshot depends on what is going on in your scene. For this reason, I’ve created this page, as well as the more in depth preset pages.

These pages will give you details on when and where these presets will shine most without you having to cycle through them till one suits your fancy. Which of course, you are still welcome to do.

Ellinia

  • Cool toned scenes (green/blue)
  • Warm toned scenes (yellow/red/purple)
  • Daytime, bright and well lit scenes
  • Dark and light skinned characters

Amherst

  • Warm toned scenes (yellow/red/purple)
  • Day and night, dark and bright
  • Dark and light skinned characters

El Nath

  • Cool toned scenes (blue/grey)
  • Warm toned scenes (orange)
  • Daytime, bright and well lit scenes
  • Dark and light skinned characters

Sleepywood

  • Cool toned scenes (blue/yellow)
  • Warm toned scenes (green/yellow/pink)
  • Day and night, dark and bright
  • Dark and light skinned characters

Ossyria

  • Neutral toned scenes (grey/brown/purple)
  • Day and night, dark and bright
  • Dark and light skinned characters

Studio

  • White and bright backdrops
  • Dark and light skinned characters

Usage tips

All presets look best without the in game Depth of Field options enabled.

Using XMP files

With certain presets I have provided .XMP files. These can be opened and used in Photoshop. Unfamiliar with how to use them? Follow these simple steps.

1. With the image layer selected, in the filter menu, click “Camera Raw Filter”
2. In the Camera Raw Filter window, locate the three dots on the right and click “Load Settings…”
3. Locate the .XMP file you downloaded previously and open it

Enjoy the results!