The Only Wedding Presets
you will ever need
Are you interested in emulating the timeless feel of film in your wedding photography?
Well look no further... our new Ultimate Weddings Collection gives you the ability to add rich warm film tones with easy one-click presets, whilst keeping your images looking both professional and consistent.
Add drama and raw emotion to your photos with moody shadows, subtle cool blues and warm, creamy skin tones that make this style so popular with wedding photographers around the world!
Included in your download are 50 WEDDING PRESETS that have been designed to handle all types of wedding photos, including those shot with various lighting conditions.
The Ultimate Weddings Collection Includes:
50 fully customizable presets to fit your style
Offers you five categories of adjustment tools:
Auto White Balance (As per camera raw settings). Ideal for correcting the colour temperature of your image
Greyscale and High Contrast Black and White presets
Film Presets offering subtle shades of blues, soft warm colours, contrast, and pastel finishes
Tonning Effect Tools to adjust highlights and shadows
Lens correction tools
Presets for adding film grain for the final touch
Soft skin presets for that subtle airbrushed look
Previews - What you can achieve
All Presets are compatible and fully optimized for Lightroom 5, Lightroom 6, Lightroom Classic and the Creative Cloud (CC).
Presets can now be synced from Lightroom CC to the Lightroom Mobile App for use on your Mobile Phone!
Works on both Mac and PC.
Works on RAW and JPEG images
Installing Presets - Desktop
Using Lightroom is a great way to process and edit your photos. It can help you quickly get the right tones, colors, and lighting without the complication of more advanced photo editing software.
Open Lightroom and the image(s) of your choice. Once you’ve done that, make sure you are in the Develop Tab. It will look something like this.
Next, look for ‘Develop‘ in the top menu bar and then click Develop > ‘New Preset Folder…‘.
After you click ‘New Preset Folder…‘ a box will pop up allowing you to title your presets. Enter a name that suits your folder of presets and then click ‘Create‘.
Now that you have a folder made for your presets, right click and you will see a few options.
Navigate to the folder where you downloaded or saved the Lightroom Presets you’d like to install. If it is a .zip file, make sure you unzip it before attempting to import into Lightroom.
Once you find the right folder, select all the presets you’d like to install. To select multiple presets click and select the first one, then hold the command key (Windows Key on Windows) and select the rest of the presets. To select all the presets in a folder, click the first preset and hold the shift key, then scroll down and select the last preset.
After you’ve selected all the presets you’d like to install, click ‘Import‘.
Your presets will then install and appear in the folder you previously created. It will look something like this.
That’s it! You’ve successfully installed Lightroom Presets. To apply them to a photo simply click one of the effects and then adjust the settings to your liking.
Installing Presets - Mobile
It seems like one of the single most requested features for Lightroom and Lightroom Mobile over the past year has been for the ability to use mobile Lightroom Presets. The time has finally come!
This allows you to use the same presets from the desktop app in the mobile app, with just a few simple steps. Follow the tutorial below to get started.
How to Install Mobile Lightroom Presets
1. Open the Lightroom CC Desktop App
Once launched, the Lightroom CC app will automatically sync your presets and profiles from Lightroom Classic.
At this point, as long as your Lightroom CC Mobile app is synced to your Creative Cloud account, the presets you use in Lightroom Classic should show up in the app.
If the sync does not happen automatically, or you need to add new presets in the future, you can continue following the steps below.
2. Click File > Import Profiles and Presets
Click File > Import Profiles and Presets.
This will open your folders where you need to find the Settings folder.
For Mac users, you can use the keyboard shortcut Command + Shift + G to open the ‘Go to folder’ dialogue, then paste this string in to get there: ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/CameraRaw/Settings
For Windows users you can paste the following string in, replacing user name with your user name, to get there: C:\Users\user name\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw\Settings
3. Open the Lightroom CC Mobile App
This is where things can get a little tricky. For me, the presets synced pretty easily, but a lot of users have reported problems here.
You need to make sure you’re logged into your Creative Cloud account. The same CC account as your Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC desktop apps, if you have multiple accounts.
Once signed in, you can navigate to a photo and click the ‘Presets’ icon to find your synced presets. Your presets will show up below the section that features Curves, Grain, Sharpening, and Vignetting.
4. Organizing & Managing Mobile Presets
Steps 1-3 are all you need to do to use mobile Lightroom Presets. Technically you can even import preset files directly into the Lightroom CC desktop app and sync them to Lightroom CC Mobile without ever using Lightroom Classic. However; you’ll still always need Creative Cloud and the Lightroom CC desktop/mobile apps to complete the process.
You can also manage your presets to keep things organized in both apps by clicking the three dots icon and selecting: Manage Presets
After you click ‘Manage Presets’, you’ll see blue checkboxes next to all folders of presets allowing you to turn certain folders off if you want to hide them. You can also right-click a folder and completely delete it from both the Lightroom CC desktop and mobile apps.
5. Start Using Your Presets!
You’ve officially completed the steps to sync Lightroom Presets from Lightroom CC on the desktop to Lightroom CC Mobile. Now you can start using your mobile presets for Lightroom!