Oct 05 2009
One of the great things about
If you’re not familiar with presets, it’s basically a saved series of photo adjustments that you can then apply to any image. Kind of like actions in .
In this post, I thought I would share with you the many places where you can get a ton of free presets to play with. But before I list them all, you’ll need to know how the install them. It’s actually pretty easy.
1- Put your downloaded presets in a folder somewhere on your computer (a place you’ll remember).
2- In Lightroom, right click on “user presets” in the Presets tab located on top left
3-You’ll be given 2 options: New Folder and Import. Feel free to create a new folder if you want. Once you’ve done that right click again on your folder and choose Import.
4- Select the presets from where you saved them in step 1.
5- You’re done!
Top Free Lightroom Presets
Lightroom Killer Tips has lots of great presets. Don’t forget to click on “previous entries” for more.
Check out the preset list (top right) on Inside Lightroom.
Over 140 presets from OnOne software. The 1st set I ever downloaded!
LightroomPresets.com has a growing list of presets. Some of them are quite nice.
I found some very interesting presets over at Seim Effects.
Did you like the picture effects in the movie 300? Then you’ll love this 300 preset!
Watch CSI Miami? Love the look? Get it HERE!
PresetHeaven.com has one of my favorite sepia presets called Sepia Chic. Love it! More presets here.
A nice collection of presets from Nelkas Art.
The Warming Vignette preset from albertdebruijn.com is a must! Check out the other presets as well.
More presets from CameraDojo.
Some nice presets directly from the Adobe Website.
Some pretty cool presets from Laconic!
There you have it! Those should keep you busy for a while! Experiment, have fun, and feel free to post photo link of your tests in the comments!
You liked this post? Then check out these ones as well!
DON'T MISS THE NEXT ARTICLE: RSS Feed | Email Updates