I am very excited to release my Volume IV preset pack! I've loaded this bundle with five premium Lightroom presets and one 45 minute tutorial that shows you how to apply the presets and do the necessary fine-tuning to each image in order to bring everything together. Many creators online sell preset packs but they don't show you how to fine tune each preset. This is so important in my opinion, as each image requires different editing, so I want to give full attention to the necessary dodging and burning, graduated filters, and radial filters that are needed for each edit. I can assure you that even if you have very little experience with Adobe Lightroom, this preset pack and tutorial bundle will substantially increase your editing potential.
In the tutorial, I will apply each preset to it's respective image. Then I will use graduated filters, radial filters, and the adjustment brush to increase the mood and emphasize the focal point of each photograph. Once I've gone through all five presets, I'll apply one of my presets to an entirely random picture and edit it from start-to-finish. With this bundle, you'll learn not only how to vastly improve your images but you're also gain some insight into my post-processing workflow that I have spent thousands of hours at improving.
The presets included in this pack are as follows:
ZD016 - Frosty
ZD017 - Twilit Tranquility
ZD018 - Arctic Awakening
ZD019 - Breaking Through
ZD020 - Enlighten
Please note that you will need your own personal copy of Adobe Lightroom CC Classic in order to use these presets. You can get Lightroom by either purchasing the software or signing up for the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (what I personally have).
Here is the link to the current available plans: https://www.adobe.com/ca/creativecloud/plans.html?promoid=CJ132JRD&mv=other
And with the new updates to Lightroom and the release of Lightroom CC Classic, the way you install presets has changed from back when I released my Volume III pack. If you don't know how to install them, just look up a tutorial on Youtube.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to send me a message on Instagram (@calibreus) or send me an email: email@example.com.
I'd love to hear your feedback!