30 Professional Landscape Lightroom Presets
Unlike taking portrait photos, capturing beautiful scenes in travel and landscape photos is quite difficult because you have to work with the natural lighting conditions. With the power of a landscape Lightroom preset, you can add incredible depth and personality to your landscape photos with just a few clicks.
Whether you’re a professional photographer using a DSLR or a traveler snapping photos with a smartphone, Lightroom is a must-have, and will help improve your landscape photos. With our 30 landscape lightroom presets you can instantly optimize your photos, adjust colors, lighting, and more with just one-click. In this collection, we have 30 landscape Lightroom presets you can use to enhance your outdoor photos without having to spend hours adjusting and optimizing settings in Photoshop.
Supported File Formats and Results
Our presets was designed to be used with virtually any type of file that can be opened with Adobe Lightroom. You can also use the Develop module in Lightroom to easily adjust the presets to your own style or the needs of the image.Supported File Formats Include:
> DNG FILE FORMAT > TIFF FILE FORMAT > PSD FILE FORMAT > RAW FILE FORMAT > JPG FILE FORMAT > JPEG FILE FORMATUnsupported File Formats Include:
> PNG FILE FORMAT > GIF FILE FORMAT
We know that lightroom presets are great and can achieve amazing results. However there are some exceptions to the rule where our presets may not give you the best results. Below is a few examples of when our presets may not give you the desired result.
> OVEREXPOSED PHOTOS > UNDEREXPOSED PHOTOS > IMAGES WITH NO BACKGROUNDS > LOW QUALITY IMAGES
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