New York Preset Pack (10) - Desktop

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New York Preset Pack (10) - Desktop

37.00

Enhance Your Photography

I am excited to announce the release of my New York preset pack for Lightroom Classic.

This pack includes 10 presets that are inspired by photographing the dynamic streets of New York City. They are tailored to enhance photos taken in a variety of different situations and lighting conditions; from sunset, dusk, rain, snow, and fall. They help photos achieve rich, crisp colors and include the same editing techniques I have used on many of my Instagram images.

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What is included?

This pack includes 10 of my most used desktop presets that are optimized for a variety of different lighting and photography situations. In just 1 click, you will be able to experiment with different styles that I use on a daily basis.

What is the difference between desktop and mobile presets?

This is a desktop preset pack and is designed for RAW files edited using Lightroom Classic on desktop only. These are not usable on Lightroom Mobile.

Is additional editing still required?

Using the presets are a great first step in editing photos but will still require adjustments to brightness, color balance, and saturation to get the optimal effect.

How do I receive the presets?

Once the payment is completed, you will be provided a download link and emailed the preset files.

How do I install the presets?

1. Open Lightroom and click on the Lightroom tab in the top left corner of the screen

2. Click 'preferences'

3. Click 'Presets'

4. Click 'Show Lightroom presets folder...'

5. Open the 'Lightroom' zip folder

6. Open the 'Develop Presets' folder

7. Drag the downloaded presets into the Develop Presets' folder

8. Close Lightroom

9. Re open Lightroom

10. Highlight one of your images in Lightroom and click the Develop module (or click 'D' as a shortcut)

You will see the Presets on the left.

For any questions, please contact joethomasphoto@gmail.com