Lightroom Mobile Presets

Vibrant mobile presets that will brighten up your photos and make editing quick and easy. I designed these presets to make your phone/camera photos pop without altering the original colors, and they can usually be used with just one click. Each preset was designed for different shooting/lighting conditions, and you usually don't need to make adjustments after applying the presets. Each preset gives photos a pop of vibrancy without changing the natural colors, and they're easy to use for anyone, from content creators, to people documenting their own lives, to business owners photographing their products, and anyone in between.

The presets are only compatible with the (free!) Lightroom Mobile App

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Exactly how it sounds, this preset is for any image you take in natural light. The Natty Light preset will give your images a pop of vibrancy without changing the original colors.

1. Natty Light

Neon is based on the Natty Light preset, but more toned down for photos taken inside or with artificial light (think Neon signs). You could also use this preset on you natural light photos if Natty Light is too bright for your taste.

2. Neon

For everyone out there getting the shot for the 'Gram or Google review, this preset will bring out the juicy colors and textures of your food photos. 

3. Food

For everyone out there getting the shot for the 'Gram or Google review, this preset will bring out the juicy colors and textures of your food photos

3. Food

For everyone out there getting the shot for the 'Gram or Google review, this preset will bring out the juicy colors and textures of your food photos

3. Food

I'm all about color, but Black and White photos are classic, I like to make B&W copies of my favorite pictures because when you take out the color you can focus more on whats happening in the photo. I also like to put blurry or "bad" pictures in B&W because it saves the memory without all the color and lighting distractions.

4. B-dubs

Based on Natty Light, this preset brings out the vibrancy in an image, but flattens it and gives it some grain so it really feels like a moment stopped in time (this may secretly be my favorite preset)

5. Color Film

For everyone out there getting the shot for the 'Gram or Google review, this preset will bring out the juicy colors and textures of your food photos

3. Food

For everyone out there getting the shot for the 'Gram or Google review, this preset will bring out the juicy colors and textures of your food photos

3. Food

A Black & White filter that gives photos a romantic old-time feel

6. B-dubs Film

Download the Lightroom Mobile App

These presets are only compatible with the Lightroom Mobile App. The Lightroom App is free in the Apple and Android app store and does not require a subscription (the mobile app is 100% free!). After purchasing the preset pack you'll be able to import them into Lightroom on your phone and start using them instantly. To make the download and import process quicker I recommend downloading the Lightroom App before downloading the presets

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After checkout you will receive an email with instructions and a link to download the presets. I recommend doing this on your phone/mobile device and have the Lightroom App already downloaded to speed up the process. Your download will include common tweaks you may want to try depending on lighting/color conditions in your photos, and that list will can be saved in your Lightroom camera roll for you to reference anytime

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Download Instructions

After checkout you’ll be prompted to download the preset files (you’ll receive an email with the files too). Download each file to your phone or mobile device. If you’re using Safari, they will go to the Downloads folder where you can then save them to your phone. Other browsers will save them to your camera roll. The files may look like gray squares in your camera roll, when you import them into Lightroom they will look correct.

Saving the presets to Lightroom

1. Import files into Lightroom
2. Go to one of the files and click the three-dot icon in the top right
3. Click “Create Preset” and type in the preset name
4. Click the check box to finish

APPLYING THE PRESETS TO YOUR PHOTOS

1. Import your photos into Lightroom
2. Click the photo you want to edit, then click Presets at the bottom
3. Click the preset you want to use, and make any tweaks to the settings until your photo looks how you want it