Hey love! A few weeks ago I got soooo many questions about how I edit my photos on Lightroom. I also promised you guys that i will share the Lightroom Presets that I usually use in toning my images. These presets are my lifesavers! They save me a lot of time during my editing workflow as they instantly enhance my images on my preferred tone and mood.
As you might know from this Journal or my IG feed, I like trying out different moods but always come back to the natural, vibrant and analog-looking ones. I’ve created a lot of different presets and today I’m going to share my three top favorites that I keep coming back to. You too can save time in your editing workflow by using these Presets and have your images instantly enhanced according to what you like.
I include three of my Presets here: Bright Lights, Rise Up and Wooden Chair. Here are some sample images:
A super vibrant preset that will definitely add a pop to your photos. Perfect for city, sunset and night shots; I also love it to add more vibrance to my portrait and fashion photos.
A faded tone that washes off the whites and mute down other colors. My personal fave of the three! This one is also good for correcting photos that are too yellowish.
Subtle brownish tone that add a bright orange tint and vintage feels to your photos. Play around with the saturation as the orange might be too vibrant in some photos.
I’d like to know who’s downloading them! So let’s be friends and subscribe to the journal; and you will get the link to the download as soon as you fill in the form:
How to Install
- Make sure your Adobe Lightroom version is compatible (CC, 6, 5 and 4)
- Extract the zip folder and find the .lrtemplate files inside, it should look like this:
- Open Adobe Lightroom and import your photos to your library, or if you have a working catalog already, go straight do develop.
- Go to the Presets panel on the left side of the Develop module. Right Click and Add a New Folder, rename it Nicoline Preset or whatever you want.
- Right Click on your folder and click import. Now find the presets that you just downloaded and import them to this folder.
- Voila! Your preset is ready to be used! Have fun with them! You can always tweak the sliders here and there to make any enhancement you like.
That’s all guys! I’d like to see what you’ve created with the presets! Use the hashtag #nicolineLRpreset so I can check them out and leave some love!25