Do you want to know how to download FREE presets for Lightroom? Then you are in the right place. In this blog post, I am going to show you how to download presets for free (with pictures). I am serious it is free!
First of all, you have to download dropbox before this is going to work.
Go to Youtube and type “Free presets for Lightroom” or “How to edit Instagram pictures like ‘enter a specific person’s name to edit like them’ ” and then a couple of videoes will show up.
I am using this video:
Now you are going to look in the description box and then there is going to be a link for IOS users (I don’t know if this is going to work for android, I am sorry if it doesn’t).
Click on the link and open it in safari, then you’ll have to wait for 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds click on “skip ad” on the right top corner.
It automatically opened in dropbox right? Now you are going to click on the picture (if it didn’t open automatically as well) then click on the three dots on the right corner and click export.
Click on “copy to Lightroom CC” and then you’ll see the picture in Lightroom. Maybe the few next steps will be kind of complicated but I’ll try my best not to complicate you.
Alright, now that you are in Lightroom you are going to click on the three dots on the right corner and then click on “Create preset”.
Then you have to give your preset a name (under ‘Preset N
We are almost done! What you are going to do now is, choose a picture that you want to edit. Scroll all the way to the right and choose presets. Now you’ll see the folder or the preset that you saved.
If not then click on the left corner
and at the button, your folder will be shown (as I mentioned earlier my folder is called “All”). Click on the preset that you downloaded and the filter will appear on your picture!
There you go! You just got free presets for Lightroom, isn’t that exciting?
I hope that you understood the 7 steps and that it wasn’t as complicated as you maybe thought it would be. Write down in the comments below whos Instagram theme you love the most, and if you are an android user tell me if it worked for you! 😀
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“To write is human, to edit is divine.” – Stephen King