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Shop mobile and desktop presets inspired by travels

Hi there, it’s Natalie! I am the co-creator and photographer of the Through a Travel Lens blog. I am here with my exclusive packs of mobile and desktop presets for any travel occasion. I use them myself and you can see the results throughout the website. Hope you like these easy-to-use bundles as much as I do!

ALL PRESETS

Highlights of the preset bundles

Compatible with FREE Adobe Lightroom CC

Work with desktop & mobile Lightroom CC

5 to 15 presets per bundle

Free installation guide included

Explore our collection of mobile and desktop presets

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$17.99

Rosy Brown

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Vibrant Venice mobile presets
$28.60

Vibrant Venice

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Magic Mountains mobile preset
$12.99

Magic Mountains

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Classic Lavender mobile preset
$600

Classic Lavender

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Deep purple lavender mobile preset
$750

Deep Purple

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Glowing Lavender mobile preset
$1000

Glowing Lavender

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FAQ: How to use desktop and mobile Lightroom CC presets?

What is a preset?

A preset is a file with a set of filters and actions set for specific needs. This set may cover colors, exposure, saturation, etc. This file is designed specifically for the Lightroom software, which is available in desktop and mobile versions. Presets come in handy when you need to improve several pictures from the same setting at once. Rather than tuning the colors, exposure, white balance, etc. per each picture, you can apply a preset to a bundle, getting a cohesive look per several pictures.

Can I use any other image editor instead of Lightroom CC?

The presets from this store were designed specifically for Adobe Lightroom, both a free mobile version and a paid desktop version. For other editors, you will need other types of files.

Adobe Lightroom CC mobile is available for free and is compatible with iOS and Android. The desktop version has to be purchased via Adobe subscriptions.

I don’t see the image I want to edit in my Lightroom app, what should I do?

There are two ways to add the image:

1. In the lightroom media library on the smartphone, tap on the icon as shown on the screenshot. It will open the gallery of your photos on the phone. Choose the ones you would like to edit, and add them to the Lightroom media library.

2. Head to your phone’s media gallery, choose the preferred image and share it with your Lightroom app. 

Lightroom automatically triages new and old images. If the photo was taken recently, it will be shown in the top rows of the library. And, if the image was taken a while ago, it may end up at the bottom of the Lightroom media gallery list.

Why can’t I open my preset in the Lightroom app?

Make sure you’ve downloaded the right preset for the right device. The mobile version of Lightroom is only compatible with the .DNG files. 
The desktop version is only compatible with the Irtemplate.

I love the way the preset worked the colors, but I wish it also made the image brighter/darker, what’s the best fix?

In the mobile version of the Lightroom app, head to the bottom panel of the instruments and tap on LIGHT ▶️ EXPOSURE. If you would like a brighter image, move the slider to the right. If you would like a darker image, move the slider to the left until you see the result that you like.

In the desktop version, the same actions are recommended, but tools-wise, you should be looking for DEVELOP ▶️ BASIC ▶️ EXPOSURE.

The preset did a good job with the background but now my skin doesn’t have the natural color, what is the best fix?

In the mobile version of the Lightroom app, head to the bottom panel of the instruments and tap on COLOR ▶️ MIX ▶️ ORANGE COLOR ▶️ SATURATION. In most cases, it is the orange color that we should adjust to make our skin look natural. Move the slider to the right until you see the result that you like.

If, while you’re adjusting the slider, other colors start to emerge (pink, red, etc) then, once done adjusting the orange color, adjust either of those, too, until you get the overall look of the skin that you like.

In the desktop version, the same actions are recommended, but tools-wise, you should be looking for DEVELOP ▶️ HSL/COLOR/B&W ▶️ SATURATION ▶️ ORANGE. Move the slider to the right until you see the result that you like.

Will the presets look exactly like the examples showcased in your online store?

Much will depend on following the instructions and using certain presets for certain scenarios. For instance, a bundle of presets developed to make the green colors of the landscape on images taken during the daytime pop will demonstrate results different from those in the sample is applied to images taken in the evening.

Also, with each bundle, regardless of whether you use it in the closest way possible to the sample images, some minor tweaking may be needed. A lot of factors contribute to a preset fitting the image you intend to edit, from the natural lighting to the overall palette to white balance, settings, a camera, etc

What is the right way to install a preset to my Lightroom CC mobile/desktop?

Please, check the PDF file with guidelines included with your purchase.