1. What are presets?
Presets are basically ‘filters’ available for Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom is a professional and powerful editing software that’s available on both, mobile and desktop. The software gives you unlimited possibilities of changing any colors in the photo to your liking.
2.Why should I use presets?
Lightroom presets are a great way to create quick and effective edits. Using presets allows you to maintain consistency in your photos. This is especially necessary if you want your Instagram feed or photography portfolio to look professional and stand out. As well as that, presets can dramatically speed up your photo editing. This is very helpful when you’ve taken a photo and want to edit and share it immediately, even while on the go. Spending less time editing gives you more time to take photos – which is what we all love to do. Presets are a great place to learn if you’re new to editing on Lightroom. You can see what each preset’s settings are and can learn how each setting affects your photos.
3. What will influence the final outcome of the preset?
The final outcome of your photo depends on how the photo was shot. This includes: what kind of lighting was in the environment, what kind of camera you used to take the photo What your settings were What skin tone the person in your photo has. There are so many variables that even if you went back to the same location, used the same camera and then applied the same preset, the chances are the lighting and time of the day will be different and hence you will have to adjust the photo. This means that it’s best to make minor tweaks after you have applied a preset to your photos.
4. Are your presets the only presets I will ever need?
No, but the chances are my presets will be a good start for you to develop your own and create your own look!
5. How are these presets different from the others available on the market?
I created these presets to look as natural as possible from the moment you apply them to your photos. These presets don’t affect your photo’s exposure and temperature unlike tonnes of presets out there. This means then when you apply your filter, you get a great starting point and have loads of control to tweak it according to your photo’s conditions.
6. What happens if I don’t like the presets?
I doubt this would be the case, but if I can’t help you make these presets work for you, I have a 100% money back guarantee.