×

An unexpected error occurred. Please try again later.

595 Pro Presets Bundle
(6)

595 professional Lightroom presets.

595 professional Lightroom presets.

Buy
$19.00

595 professional Lightroom presets. Every preset in my shop. $206 value

For high-resolution before/after example photos please visit the following link on Dropbox:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sw0ctwp24z00acg/AAAPnFEz6qrd81KH7eLVG2Rba?dl=0

• 595 pro Lightroom presets.
• Compatible with Lightroom 4, 5, 6 and CC.
• Compatible with both Mac and PC.
• Works on RAW and JPEG images.
• Fully adjustable.
• Extended license automatically included

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Adobe Lightroom Presets included in the bundle:

30 Deeply Matte - Natural, split-tone color, b&w and split-tone b&w matte film looks.

40 Portrait - Both color and b&w.

45 Feminine Portraiture - Film emulation Lightroom presets specially created for fine art feminine portraiture.

10 B&W Romance - Soft, dreamy b&w looks with very subtle split-toning.

20 Color Fantasy - Creative color for a fantasy effect.

15 Landscape Drama - Make your color landscapes pop.

10 Soft Pastel - Soft pastel color.

10 Dream Color - Dreamy color from painterly to detailed.

3 Hazy Pop - Soft haze with a pop of color.

10 Beautiful Sunlight - Add cool to warm tones to your sunlit photos.

10 Monochrome Landscape - Soft and romantic to high-drama b&w looks for your landscapes.

15 Autumn Glow - Subtle to intense autumn warmth for your outdoor photos.

30 Elegant B&W - Refined and moody b&w looks.

13 Hyperreal - Dramatic texture, detail and contrast.

20 Matte Duotone - Beautiful duotone and split-tone color with a matte finish.

130 Vintage Film Style - Vintage color and b&w looks (Albumen, Opalotype, Color Film, Pinhole, Daguerreotype, Autochrome, Expired Film, 70s and 80s, Kodachrome, Lomography, Calotype, Wet Plate).

30 Cross-Process - Various cross-processing combinations for creative color.

143 Lightroom presets only included in the bundle, covering a wide variety of scenes and styles - HDR, sharpening, floral, landscapes, enhance old b&w scans, portraits, b&w, vintage and many more.

©2017 Rachael Towne

Rating

Title
Comment

Now contains both the .lrtemplate and .xmp version of presets.

How to Install Presets
1. First, download the zip file (Adobe605.zip) that contain the presets.
2. Once you have the zip file downloaded, you will need to
unzip prior to installing the presets.
3. On a Mac, you can double-click the zip file(s) to unzip. Some Macs are set automatically unzip the file for you upon download.
4. On Windows, right-click and choose ”Extract All”. You have the option to save the presets wherever you choose on your
computer. Save them someplace that you will easily remember for the next step.

How to Install Your Lightroom Presets in the Most Recent Version of Lightroom Classic CC (mid 2018
update .xmp files)
1. On a PC, go into Lightroom and click on Edit at the top (next to File), then click on Preferences. On a Mac, click on the Lightroom tab (to the left of File), then click on Preferences.
2. There will be a new screen that pulls up and there will be
several tabs at the top, click on Presets (the second tab).
3. Click on the box titled, Show Lightroom Develop Presets.
4. Double click on Settings. Paste the folder from your download that holds the .xmp files into this folder.
5. You're done. If Lightroom was open when you copied the
presets, you will have to close it and restart it.

How to Install Your Lightroom Presets in Past Versions of Lightroom (pre 2018 CC, LR 4,5,6 .lrtemplate files)
Windows
Open Lightroom
Go to: Edit • Preferences • Presets
Click on the box titled: Show Lightroom Presets Folder
Double click on Lightroom
Double click on Develop Presets
Copy the folder(s) into Develop Presets
Restart Lightroom

Mac
Open Lightroom
Go to: Lightroom (upper left of screen)• Preferences • Presets
Click on the box titled: Show Lightroom Presets Folder
Double click on Lightroom
Double click on Develop Presets
Copy the folder(s) into Develop Presets
Restart Lightroom

More By This Producer: