Golden Hour Preset
Develop the perfect golden hour aesthetic with warm tones and a vintage feel. The preset offers a saturated and dark feel to achieve the "endless summer" inspiration for your Instagram feed. Perfect for clothing and lifestyle brands.
This preset is suitable for indoor and outdoor photography.
I recommend shooting in direct sunlight near sunset, or in a studio with dim light fixtures.
In addition, this preset works best with photos that show a lot of shadows, have positive space, and use dark, warm tones.
HOW TO DOWNLOAD
*Steps for Lightroom CC*
After you have purchased the preset, you will receive an email with a link to download the file.
Click the link and hit "download".
Open Lightroom on your computer
Import a photo to apply the new preset to
Click the editing icon on the top right side menu
Click "Presets" at the bottom of the editing menu
Click the 3 dots at the top of the preset menu
Choose "Import presets"
Locate the preset file and add to your preset list
You can create a new preset category to organize your custom presets
Adjust the settings as necessary
You must have an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription to use these presets.
This preset has been tested on various images, however, presets work differently on every photo due to different exposures and white balance. Therefore, your exposure and white balance may need to be adjusted to display the proper aesthetic, as shown above.
Please feel free to send me images to test the preset collection before purchasing.
Due to the digital nature of Lightroom presets, I cannot offer any refunds or exchanges once you've made your purchase.
If you have any issues with downloading the preset collection, please let me know and I will send the preset file to you via email.
This preset is compatible only with Lightroom CC mobile app. You can download "Lightroom CC" mobile for free in your app store. Your presets will automatically sync to your mobile app so you can easily edit between devices.
This preset is fully customizable. Simply download the preset file on your computer, unzip the file, import it to Lightroom, apply to your photo, and adjust as necessary.