Free Lightroom Presets
Adobe Lightroom is a photo editor for image editing, created by Adobe company. The program allows you to edit raw photos of modern digital cameras (.cr2, .nef, .orf, .raw, .wmf, .pef and other), and convert them to more common formats (.jpeg, .gif and etc.). Adobe made an effort in order to with this program, a photographer or photo editor can easily organize their photo collections by creating catalogs.
Lightroom Presets – files that store settings for processing photos. The photo editor can change photo settings, such as exposure, brightness, contrast, colors and more, to your own taste and just save them all in one preset. In the future, you will be able to set all the necessary settings for other photos by selecting one or another preset for them. This allows you to process a very large number of photos in a very short time with minimal intervention in the work.
1. Drag and drop
One of the easiest ways is drag and drop. Simply select one or more presets and drag them to the working window of the Lightroom.
In the top panel go to the “Develop”. Next, in the left panel, select the folder “Presets”. Click “Import”. You can add presets, one by one, or whole bundles. Depending on needs, you can either create new folders or load presets in the “User Presets” folder.
3. Uploading to the folder
In the main menu, select “Preferences”.
Go to the “Presets” tab. Click on the “Show Lightroom Presets Folder” button.
In the folder that opens, enter the folder “Develop Presets”. This is where you can move presets.
To use presets, you need to select the folder in which the photos you will be processing are located. In the Top panel, select “Develop”. Next, select the desired photo. In the left panel, select the folder “Presets”. After that, In the list that opens, just choose on the necessary presets, they will immediately be applied to the photo. If needed, you can always change any settings to your taste. After making all the necessary settings, using the context menu, export the photos.