Lightroom presets are predefined settings in Lightroom or Photoshop ACR designed to enhance the outcome of your pictures. They reflect the latest editing trends and classic edits and are designed by seasoned and professional photo editors. If you’re a photographer who has a specific style, using presets is an easy way to quickly edit multiple photos in the same style. Presets are particularly useful for saving time – time that you can use to spend more time shooting gorgeous photos.
Lightroom presets are the perfect tools to find and refine your style. If you’ve ever felt like something was missing in a photo, consider applying new preset styles to visually gain a new perspective on your image.
This preset has been carefully constructed by a professional photographer so they will look good with many different types of photo and camera brand. We have tested these presets and they work well on many photos.
Our Premium Lightroom Presets are made Perfectly and adjust the right amount of light without looking over-exposed.
Each preset is also fully editable so you can perfect the photos.
- 5 Lightroom Presets (.lrtemplate files)
- 1 Comprehensive Help Guide
5 Free ACR Presets are included
Lightroom and Camera Raw store presets in a completely different way. Camera Raw stores presets as standard XMP files, whereas Lightroom stores preset as its own proprietary file, .LRTEMPLATE. For this reason, converting” presets between one application and the other is an extremely tedious, time-consuming process that involves copying each preset setting by setting. Now we made it for you without extra charge.
The Acr presets have been carefully constructed by a professional photographer and ACR expert so they will look good with many different types of photo and camera brand. Each preset is also fully editable so you can perfect the photos.
The Lightroom Preset will give your images a beautiful color lift with tones of white.
These Presets are Compatible and fully optimized for Lightroom 4, 5, 6, 7, Lightroom Classic and Creative Cloud (CC).
For the best results, it is recommended to use high-resolution photos and footage.