DescriptionA NOTE ABOUT USING PRESETS
Utilizing a preset isn’t as easy as one click (but it IS easy)! Unless you’re shooting in the same exact location, wearing the same exact colors, in the same exact lighting for every photo you take, you’re going to have to make some simple tweaks. Don’t be intimidated if you apply your preset and feel like you need to make some changes. Most often, all it takes is a few edits to the highlights and shadows, and maybe a few color edits here and there.
My tips for working with each individual preset are outlined in your user guide, which you will receive as a part of your download!
+ This preset was created for use with the Adobe Lighroom desktop software. While this preset can be used in Lightroom Mobile, transferring it over is a bit of an advanced process. If you plan to use this preset primarily in your Lightroom app for iPhone or Android, I recommend checking out this tutorial first to see if the advanced install is something you’re comfortable with.
[Please note that Lightroom Mobile is a subset of what’s available in Lightroom desktop. At this time, you cannot install presets directly in Lightroom mobile. The tutorial linked above will show you how to bypass this limitation.]
Working with a single preset will help you to maintain a cohesive aesthetic.
Many designers release packs of 10+ presets. I have personally worked these packs in the past, and have always found myself reverting back to the same 1-2. You don’t need a ton of options in order to achieve what you want!
Think of your preset as your foundation that you’ll work with to create different versions of with each new photograph you edit. Having one base preset will help you to achieve that beautiful, cohesive theme!
This listing is for one single preset. After purchasing, your preset will be available for instant download. You will receive one zip file containing:
+ 1 Lightroom Preset
+1 “Reset Filter” Preset, which will help you easily revert to your original photo if needed
+ User guide containing installation instructions and helpful tips for working with your specific preset