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Simple and Light is a very versatile collection. There are 22 presets. Each preset in high contrast and low contrast versions. I love the low contrast for indoor photos or photos where you don't need a lot of contrast. The high contrast presets look great on outdoor images. But, it's up to you! You can use them however you want for the look you want.
Simple and Light Presets are for both Lightroom 3, Lightroom 4, 5, 6 and ACR.
• Beauty(high and low contrast)
• Bold(high and low contrast)
• Delicate(high and low contrast)
• Delicate with Grain(high and low contrast)
• Radiance(high and low contrast)
• Rich(high and low contrast)
• Simple and Clean(high and low contrast)
• Simple and Vibrant(high and low contrast)
• Snow(high and low contrast)
• Sunlight(high and low contrast)
• Wonderful Life(high and low contrast)
For Lightroom 3, 4, 5 and 6.
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1. Go to your Downloads folder and unzip the file. Lightroom Presets are normally delivered to your computer as zip files. It will not install as a zip file therefore you should unzip it first.
The uncompressed file will have a .lrtemplate extension.
2. Open Lightroom.
3. Click Edit. Go down and click Preferences. A new window will pop up.
4. Click Presets Tab.
5. Click “Show Lightroom Presets Folder” under Location. A window showing the file location of Lightroom can be found (for example: C:\Users\Computer\AppData\Roaming\Adobe) depending on where the program was installed.
6. Locate and double-click the folder Lightroom.
7. Locate and open Develop Presets.
8. Copy the preset you just downloaded. Go back to where you have downloaded or extracted the preset template or templates, select them, and copy them. You can copy by pressing Ctrl + C or by right-clicking and selecting Copy. If you have downloaded more than one template you may copy them all at once.
9. Paste the file or files in the User Presets folder inside Develop Presets.
10. Close Lightroom and open again.
11. Try your new presets. Import a photo and click Develop. On the Left Side, below the thumbnail of you photo you will see the available presets. Look for and expand “User Presets” to find the presets that you have installed.