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POP! PRESETS

Figuring out how to edit your photos can be tricky. I’ve spent years getting a handle on post-production, and that’s why I’m here: to share what I’ve learned with you. Pop! Presets are derived from a single set of tones – the original Pop! Preset. While the lighting and colors of your scene may change, you’ll still have a thread of consistency weaving your work together.

The Pop! Preset packs were born out of a desire to share my edits exactly as they end up – as close to “one-click” as you can get.

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POP! SOFT LIGHT PACK

POP! HARSH LIGHT PACK

POP! COLOR PACK

Frequently Asked Questions

What software do I need to use these presets?

Lightroom 4 or higher (including the Creative Cloud version). You can also use them on Lightroom mobile by copying your settings from an existing photo in a synced collection. (I highly recommend this tutorial if you need more tips on this!)

Can I pay with a debit or credit card?

Yes! When you reach the PayPal checkout screen, there should be an option at the bottom that lets you pay with debit or credit card.

How will my presets be delivered?

After you pay via PayPal, you’ll receive an email within a few minutes. If you don’t see it after 5-10 minutes, check your spam folder. There will be a link in your email to download the presets in a zip file. You’ll then need to unzip that file and open up the .lrtemplate files into Lightroom.

My download link expired. Can you send the presets to me?

I am unable to resend expired downloads. Please be sure to download your presets to a safe place within 120 hours (or 5 attempts) of receiving the download link!

My photos look really blue, pink, etc. How can I fix this?

If you’re applying the presets to RAW files, I suggest that you retain the original white balance of your image file. Otherwise, the presets may cause your images to look unevenly cold or warm.

If they look too pink for your liking, go to split toning and set the highlights and shadows saturation to 0.

Why don’t my photos look like yours?

There’s a lot that goes into creating a photo. It starts with your subject, the light they’re in, the colors they’re wearing, and the choice of backdrop. Even the best presets can’t make a bad photo look good! If you want to learn more about how I think about wardrobe & color, feel free to check out my class on this topic!