FREE Lightroom Snow Presets_21

Description Reviews (0) **These are mobile presets, on purchase, you’ll receive a download link, you could download these presets directly to your phone and import them to Lightroom CC, there’s not any need for a desktop computer. If you would like to access the desktop version, please click on ** 13’Display’ mobile presets compatible with […]

Description Reviews (0) **These are mobile presets, on purchase, you’ll receive a download link, you could download these presets directly to your phone and import them to Lightroom CC, there’s not any need for a desktop computer. If you would like to access the desktop version, please click on ** 13’Display’ mobile presets compatible with the Lightroom CC program. My RAW images were coming out very gloomy and a little bit boring, these presets are put together to decorate the graphics and make a softer, less harsh ambiance. The titles and presets are based on my journey down the A1 starting from Cambridgeshire, ending up in Hertfordshire, and quitting at some of my favourite villages on the way. Each preset was created based on photos taken in my Sony A7Rii camera. It is very important to note that each camera if it’s a Sony, Nikon, Canon, iPhone etc can produce various images with distinct color balances, the light requirements are always constantly changing and my mind and iso settings differ to yours. Because of this, presets can seem different on every photo. To save creating tens of thousands of presets based on hundreds of different lighting situations, it is a lot much easier to create 14, these can then be rectified with the sliders in your Lightroom preferences. Suggestion: It is very likely that the exposure, in particular, will be different FREE Lightroom Snow Presets for every photo. Do not worry if you apply a preset and it seems over or underexposed, just fix your exposure up or down and that will fix the issue. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with me on [email protected] should you want any help. The way to install: Upon payment, you’ll be given a download link in the purchase verification page. Click on the download link and you’ll receive a zip file. Most phones cannot open zip files, please get the iZip app that will make it possible for you to open the zip file then import into Lightroom CC. Instead, your confirmation email will demonstrate a link to Dropbox that’s simpler to use. You’re able to open the link in the Dropbox app or your browser and you will see 9 DNG files. Each file is named with the preset. When downloading from the Dropbox web page on your browser, then you will be given the choice to’open in Lightroom CC’, simply click the file will be imported. Each file is imported as an image that comprises the preset. To be able to save the presets, start the picture and click on the 3 dots at the top left-hand corner (around Lightroom), click’create preset’ and save on the preset with the original file name or your own option. When these presets are saved they are ready to work with!

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