SUNSET PRESET PACKAGE

SUNSET PRESET PACKAGE

10.00

The SUNSET preset was designed specifically for backlit iPhone photos at sunset or sunrise. It is not versatile and will not work well with other types of photos, though it can easily be adjusted for backlit DSLR photos. 

It's meant to brighten dark shadows and bring out the color in the sky to make everything visible and colorful. Since sunset and sunrise photos on iPhone will have a variety of white balance temperatures, that's the main area you may need to adjust to be warmer (if the sun is barely coming up) or cooler (if the sun is all over, making everything super yellow).

Included:

  • Mobile Lightroom preset

  • Desktop Lightroom preset

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FOR DESKTOP:

When you purchase this preset, you will receive an email with a link to download a .zip file. The link will expire after 24 hours, so do not purchase until you’re ready to download.

When you open the zip file, it should create a new folder called “CREABYJULIE SUNSET PRESETS.” Open the folder and click on the file that ends with “ .lrtemplate.”

Lightroom should open automatically, but if it does not, open Lightroom. There should be a pop up saying “Would you like to install the Preset called ‘CREABYJULIE SUNSET PRESET’?” Click “Install.”

Once you’ve installed, it should show up automatically under Presets in your Lightroom window. If it doesn’t, try restarting your computer and opening the app again.

FOR MOBILE:

The Lightroom Mobile App is not quite set up for auto presets, so there is a little bit of a process to access your preset initially, but you’ll only have to do this once!

When you purchase this preset, you will receive an email with a link to download a .zip file. The link will expire after 24 hours, so do not purchase until you’re ready to download.

When you open the zip file, it should create a new folder called “CREABYJULIE SUNSET PRESET.” Open the folder and you should see a file that ends in “.DNG”.

The .DNG file is a photo (the one shown here) with the preset pre-applied. Add this file as a photo to your Lightroom mobile library. From there, you can create a preset by clicking the “more” button on the photo that looks like three dots in a row on the top right corner and then click “Create Preset.” Leave everything that is auto checked (profile: color, light, color, effects, detail) and give your preset a name.

Any time you want to use the preset, scroll along the bottom menu on each photo until you see “Presets” and then select the correct preset.