Lightroom Presets

I like to feel that my style has evolved to one that works for my imagery and my customers appreciation, and in the process of creating the finished images, I have developed a standard set of Adobe Lightroom pre-sets, that are often the starting point in my image processing.

I've decided to offer the bundle of pre-sets for sale, and this is the page you can find out more about them and how to purchase and install them to your installation of Lightroom.

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Original

For help in instaling the pre-sets, it's best to check the Adobe site as the requirements change depending on operating system and Lightroom edition. Click the link below for instructions:

These pre-sets were created in Lightroom Classic

How to install Pre-sets and Profiles in Lightroom (adobe.com)

Please note that these pre-sets assume the image has a roughly correct exposure, whether straight from camera or after some initial adjustment in Lightroom to suit your style. All the variants below were created with a single click of the pre-set from the original image (also shown here).

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Moody Blue
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My Moody Blue collection adds a cooler atmosphere to an image, and often works really well with darker scenes, but work great for backlit images too.

Although when I apply a pre-set, I expect to do a little bit of tweaking, such as to the overall exposure, I have created three versions for normal, dark and light to make it a little easier

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Peachy

Probably my first go to pre-set before trying anything else, the Peachy set is my favourite for creating a bright warm image in even light.

Like the Moody Blue pre-set, there are three for different exposures.

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Muted

This used to be my fist choice as a starting point for most of my work, and I often use it now as a starting point for a warm toned image, with soft highlights.

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Black & White

And finally, what collection would be without a Black & White conversion.  I always use this as a starting point for my Black and White images, usually followed by a Curves adjustment to suit the image and the mood I'm after.