BALI LIGHTROOM PRESET
BALI LIGHTROOM PRESET
This is the Bali preset. It’s one of my favourite presets from the Travel Preset Pack. This preset works great with green colors, especially like those found in tropical places like Bali. It’s also a perfect preset for those luxurious villa photos by the pool.
Capture your amazing adventures and keep them as memories for the rest of your life. And make those photos look extraordinary with this preset!
It’s easy to install, easy to use and easy to tweak for further customisation. The download contains 1 Lightroom preset both for Mobile and for Desktop.
The preset pack will be sent immediately once the payment have been received.
Check out this tutorial for DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS - (MOBILE)
Check out this tutorial for DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS - (DESKTOP)
+Frequently Asked Questions
- Q: Does this presets work on Lightroom Mobile/Desktop?
- A: Yes, this presets is compatible both with Lightroom Classic CC (The Desktop Version) and Lightroom Mobile.
- Q: What happens after I fill in my details?
- A: You will receive 1 ZIP file containing 1 Lightroom Preset (.xmp) file and one .dng file sent immediately. Install instructions will be attached.
- Q: Why didn’t I receive a link immediately?
- A: Remember to check your trash folder and make sure to fill in the correct details.
- Q: Why can’t I install the XMP files?
- A: .xmp is adobe’s new way of saving and reading custom presets. In order for you to install these presets you need an updated version of Lightroom Classic CC. Update your software and you will be good to go.
- Q: Will you be releasing a how to video on how to use presets?
- A: Yes, in fact I already have. You can find the video here.
- Q: Why do my photos not look like your photos after I apply them?
- A: All presets work differently on every image and because every image is different (light, colors, etc.) you will most likely have to tweak the edit after the preset is applied.
- Q: Do I need to shoot RAW photos in order to use these presets?
- A: No, the presets will work on any of your JPEG images. It is recommended that you try and shoot in RAW as they contain the most data and information for editing.