I try to stick to a select few windlight settings that show off the clothing, hair and skin I am wearing nicely without too much bright white lights that cause the skin to look washed out, or hair colours to fade. I did not make the windlight settings I use however I do alter them to suit for each photo by adjusting the sun angle for my shadow directions. You can download all of the windlight settings I use free from these awesome bloggers that have made their windlight settings available to us all.
JUICYBOMB.COM – Studio Windlight Settings – I tend to use these A LOT especially if I am doing photos of skins or photos using mesh breasts.
LUNAJUBILEE.COM – Windlight Settings – I love Luna’s Candlelight setting for those dark and mysterious shots and her Bright Sparkly when I am doing landscaping shots.
STRAWBERRYSINGH.COM – Windlight Settings – I love Strawberry’s Close Up windlight for headshots and her Onyx setting for pictures on dark backgrounds with lots of dark clothing.