G3 PRESET (FREE)
G3 PRESET (FREE)
Here you will find 1 of my favorite custom presets from my Greece preset pack. This preset works well with blue tones and the classic colors of the mediterranean landscape. It gives a clean and unique look, the same look as you can see in many of my photos on Instagram.
If you like this preset make sure to check out my full Greece Preset Pack for 15 more awesome presets like this!
This preset is free and will be sent immediately via email once you fill in your details in the check out page. Fill in your email AND adress and SKIP to put in credit card details. Just press continue and then purchase. Once again, this preset is completely free!
Q: Does this presets work on Lightroom Mobile?
A: No, this presets is design to be compatible with Lightroom Classic CC (The Desktop Version).
Q: What happens after I fill in my details?
A: You will receive 1 ZIP file containing 1 Lightroom Preset (XMP) files sent immediately. This file must be installed to a specific folder and Lightroom MUST be restarted. This is NOT for photoshop, Premiere, Or any other editor. Watch this video on how to install presets into Lightroom desktop here. You will also receive attached files for full details on how to get up and going!
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.