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Romance Lightroom Presets

Download Includes 22 Adobe Lightroom Presets + Tutorial Video

This Adobe Lightroom preset collection is perfect for weddings, engagements, seniors, or even family and kids photo session editing. Save time and add a little something special to your photos with 1 click.

Your Instructor

Mark Richardson
Mark Richardson

Mark Richardson is a full-time professional photographer, videographer, and author of the Camera Stupid website. His job has taken him to almost 20 different countries where he has used DSLR's and drones to capture stunning imagery and aerial video for use in corporate and commercial productions. Mark has scratch built several quadcopters and hexacopters but now prefers the DJI Inspire platform for its ease of use and compact size for travel.

Mark's first love will always be great landscape photography but he is interested many different styles and subjects including architecture, food, portraiture, product, and of course aerial photography.

Mark studied photography, videography, and graphic design at BYU-Idaho where he received a Bachelors of Science. Since graduating in 2009, Mark has worked in the industry using photography and videography to tell brand stories.

Always quick to pick up new techniques and learn new technology, Mark has jumped into aerial photography and videography with both feet and has many hours of flight time under his belt.

Mark has another passion: Helping others find success and happiness in learning. Mark loves to teach people of any age and enjoys learning from students as well. Mark is good at explaining difficult or complicated concepts in a way that anyone can understand.

Course Curriculum

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Frequently Asked Questions

Need help importing the Lightroom presets?
Presets are usually downloaded as a zip archive. Unzip the archive into a folder on your computer.
Step 1
I like to create a folder for custom or downloaded presets to keep thinks organized. Right click anywhere inside the Presets panel and select “New Folder.”
Step 2
Give your folder a descriptive name and then right click on the folder and select “Import…”
Step 3
Navigate to the folder where you unzipped your presets and use shift + click to select them all.
Step 4
Click import. Your presets will load into the folder you created and will be available to apply to any image in your library.

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