Love taking photographs, but tired of failed attempts at editing them? These top-rated Lightroom presets take the headache out of post processing. They are high quality, easy to use, and affordable. What's not to love?
I have spent hours upon hours creating custom presets that make editing travel photography a breeze. I use these for my own professional work (you can view my portfolio or check out my blog), so I know these will be incredible tools for you as well.
This pack includes 10 presets:
Mountain Sunset - this is my personal favorite preset. I used this for editing the two images on the main display slide on here. It makes sunsets just that more stunning and bold.
European Sunset - I shoot a majority of my photos in the evening, so this is another one of my favorite presets to edit with. It is different from the Mountain Preset because it is more subtle or "gentle" if you will. It makes photos look soft and dreamy.
Desert Vibes - a great preset for enhancing any landscapes that have a lot of orange, yellow, or brown terrains in them. This is the preset used to edit the images on the second display slide on here.
White Sand - great for photos at the beach where the colors were off and you really want to make the sand look cleaner. I use this for photos at St. Pete Beach, FL!
Hawaiian Sunrise - a beautiful preset for any sunrise photo.
Beach Life - for sunny images taken at, well, the beach :)
Wanderlust - this is a wonderful present for architecture photography. I used this one a lot for photos I took in Vienna.
In the Woods - great for any hiking photos.
Paris Rain - when I was in Paris, it was overcast and rainy almost the whole time. This has never been my favorite setting to shoot in as I prefer bright photographs; however, this preset helped me richen the images and "bring life back to them" on dreary days.
Cinque Terre Sun - the best preset for editing photos that have a lot of pink in them. I use this one all the time when photographing Italy or the colorful streets of San Francisco.
After your order, you will immediately get a download link for these presets. I recommend duplicating the folder they come in. When you click on presets, they save into your lightroom and disappear from the folder they came in. If you duplicate the folder before downloading them, then you will have them backed-up in case your lightroom crashes, you have computer issues, etc.