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Please check the Instagram link below.

https://www.instagram.com/harith_sankalpa/?hl=en&fbclid=IwAR2Wigob6ofLWPpx2Q_cwLhGBUgDu3HOn4ygCD6E5snlaaYjtk09uDEAIWE

Does any one know what lightroom presets can be used to give a cinematic look to a photo like in these images? Or is this split toning?

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Does any one know what lightroom presets can be used to give a cinematic look to a photo like in these images?

Yes, the photographer of those images, Harith Sankalpa, offers a tutorial course on how to do it. It's actually present on the website that you linked to.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bme0v-bgS1_/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Or is this split toning?

No. Even from the few excerpts that can be seen in the link above, it is obvious that a lot of tools from lightroom (and photoshop) are used in conjunction to create those images. It's not just some split toning being slapped onto any image that creates those kind of images.

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Have you tried contacting harith_sankalpa and asking for a preset or at least an explanation of the techniques used? I'd start off by asking the artist who's style I like for specifics. In the mean time, the best way to know how to do this kind of editing style is to reverse engineer it yourself. The self satisfaction that you'll get from solving it yourself through perseverance will be well worth the effort.

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