How to install Lightroom Mobile Presets
I'm happy to announce that finally Embrace Presets made it into Lightroom Mobile.
This is a moody film inspired LR Mobile Preset Collection in Embrace Style.
Curate your IG feed with this moody look.
Or edit your favorite mobile photos!
These presets come in DNG files. That means they are being downloaded on your phone after purchase and directly
loaded into the FREE Lightroom Mobile app.
There is no subscription of Lightroom required.
Here is some step by step instruction.
Step by Step instruction.
1. Download each DNG files from your email.
2. You will have the option/load into LR Mobile directly
(or just save to Camera Roll).
3. Load the files directly into the Lightroom Mobile App.
( Or save in Camera Roll )
4. In the LR Mobile APP open Settings Menu.
5. Click ad photos ( DNG files which are the photos)
6. Choose from Camera Roll.
7. Double click (select) the DNG file.
8. DNG file will install in LR Mobile.
9. Choose DNG file you have installed
then click on the upper right corner (...)
10. Click on CREATE PRESETS button.
Name GROUP (Embrace Mobile Collection) Name PRESET ( ENLR01/02/03...)
(Profile Color : Check all that apply)
Repeat all steps.
Here is a little Step by Step video after you downloaded your DNG files into the Lightroom App.
Photos with people as the subject is always so much fun. There are so many emotions to capture, stories to tell and beauty to take in. With unlimited location options and types of weather, it's important to make sure your camera settings are dialed in and you have an idea of how to work with each situation and group
To help you create the perfect photo session in any setting, I've created a list of 5 generic things to consider for your photoshoot!
When choosing your location, watch for a busy background. While Photoshop can help take out the small details, a busy background can really take away from the focus - your people. Try opting for a neutral background; a background that will fade and blur nicely and allow your subjects to pop.
A good practice is also to watch where surroundings fall in your frame. Try not to have your subjects in front of objects or scenery that are the same color as them, their clothes and their hair.
Lastly, to keep the background out of focus, keep your subjects at least 10 feet away from the background (aka a line of trees or bushes). This gives your camera the depth to create the soft background, instead of focusing on the background and subject at once.
2. Frame Positioning
I like to use the ” rule of thirds”. Imagine your frame as a grid. 1/3 of the photo would be sky, 1/3 would be water, 1/3 would be ground, for example. This will help improve the composition and balance of your images. Once you master this thinking, this ‘rule’ can be broken, obviously, to allow for more creativity!
You can change your focus point so that it is not always in the centre of the photos. Your focus is determined by depth. So whatever is on the same level of your focus point will be clear, the rest will be blurry, depending on your camera settings.
You can off centre your subjects in photos by either changing your focus point on your camera OR simply using the current focus point, setting it by pressing half down on the button (depending on camera) and then moving the frame off to the side. This look will show more of a back drop and create a picturesque landscape, while still having your people as your main focus.
Photo By Jasmin Jade Edited with Jade Preset
It is easier to shoot in a lightly overcast day, as it doesn't show hard shadows and bright exposure of harsh sunlight. However, depending on the circumstances, for instance, a wedding, you do not have a choice and must do your best with what Mother Nature has given you. Therefore, positioning people in the right angle is key. In harsh light situations, always shoot towards the sun - so the person is back lit. This assures no squinting or harsh shadows. It also creates a softness to the light. Bonus - if you have a reflector, it definitely helps fill in the shadows!
If you’re pointing your camera toward the sun, you’ll have some challenges to consider. First, you’re more likely to get flare. Lens flare will rob your picture of sharpness, contrast and color, so try to use a lens hood and a flag—your hand, a friend’s hand or even something like shade from a tree or other structure—to keep the direct sunlight from falling on the lens.
While many people want to have at least one nice photo where everyone is looking and smiling, be sure to capture the candid moments as well! Many of the most beautiful images come from capturing the moments in between the different poses. It's also a fun idea to have your clients interact by telling jokes or secrets to each other, as it creates real emotion that shows such beauty!
I hope this helps on your next photoshoot!
Photo edited with Jade Preset
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As Boudoir & Portrait Photographers, we have all been there. A bad light situation.
This is were your skills should come into play. Now you can show yourself how much you really know about light and how to manipulate it. Right ?!
When I booked this amazing room, I knew I would eventually run into a light problem. I didn't know that we would loose light so quickly that I called it quits after 30 minutes of shooting. So we went outdoors.
In this photo, I had her sitting on the chair. The only natural light source came from behind her, a little door. Not enough light.
Turning the chair around, placing her face and body towards the light was not enough and it did not give me the look I wanted. But I had a lamp over the chair, and I had my Westcott Ice Light!
The Ice Light illuminates a whole room if you want to. It's like a natural window light source. You can use it as a fill light too or play Star Wars with it since it looks like a lightsaber. Just Joking.
In the photos below, you can see where I placed the Ice Light.
Since I'm a Boudoir Photographer without a studio I knew I had to prepare for the worst case scenario. Not enough natural light.
I'm not a fan of OCF or flash so I work with what I get. I see it as training. How good can I get manipulating light? Right ?!
Things I bring just in case : My Ice Light, My NEEWER Ring LIGHT | And a Reflector to reflect as much light on my subject as possible.
This set was shot with my Nikon D800 Sigma 35mm f1.4 ART Lens.
My ISO Settings ranged from ISO 640- 1240.
In the photos you can see I placed the Ice Light next to the lamp to illuminate her from one side.
Having enough light coming from above her and behind her.
I edited this set with my new found love. The Willow 2d Preset from the Willow Collection!
It gives low light images the extra pop.
I hope this little tip was useful for you.
Where do you shoot most of your Boudoir Sessions ? Are you lucky enough to have your own studio? If not, what do you bring ?
Leave your answer in the comment section below!
In this photo, I had her sit on a chair and turned her around placing her body and face towards the door/light.
Lightroom is my holy grail to speeding up my workflow when it comes to editing pictures.
It is the BIGGEST lifesaver and TIME-saver for many photographers, especially for me. In this video you'll see how just a few 'tweaks' can save you so much time and effort then editing one image after another. This is a quick and easy way to input a preset (in this example I use Jade14!) to all your desired images. Hint: The key is to make sure they all have a similar lighting situation to keep edits to a minimum (Yay for batch editing!)
In short, all you need are the images you'd like to batch edit, then you will place the preset to one image, tweak to your liking, then select all the images you'd like to edit all at once (MAC User = Shift, Command, Mouse Click; Windows Users = ctrl, Windows button, Mouse Click), select all, after go to settings on the top menu, find sync settings, and make sure everything is checked so that all your edits are included with the preset, then hit synchronized. You will then see all the images selected begin to change with your preset settings in the view bar below.
I hope you enjoyed this small tutorial on batch editing!
Let me know what you think in the comments below!
Love the Jade collection? Get them HERE.
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Night of the spirits
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Get ready to add some hauntingly beautiful tones that will separate your pictures from everyone else's. This little treat will transform your photos just before this spooky season comes to an end. Hope you enjoy this tutorial! Make sure to share your edits and questions in the comments below!
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Hello everyone, here's a little something to bring out the creepy and the moody in your Halloween photography. After watching this, you should be able to turn any image into a spooky delight. Hope you enjoy this tutorial! Make sure to share your edits and questions in the comments below!
More Presets You May Like:
The Embrace Collection
The Download includes the Embrace Collection: 10 Presets 7 Color and 3 Black and White.
Feminine, She, Soulful, Poised, Turn it on, Blissful, Embrace
Black and White Presets: Brave.
The Embrace Collection works amazing indoors and outdoors. For families and weddings.
Especially suitable for the golden hour, colder winter months and boudoir.
You need to have a basic knowledge of Lightroom for the Presets to work best for you.
Embrace Nation Presets are based on the Adobe Standard Calibration profile and designed to work with RAW files.
Compatible with Adobe Lightroom Classic 4-6 and CC. The ACR Versions ofPhotoshop CS6 + CC
ALL SALES ARE FINAL
Embrace Nation Digital Products are non- refundable.
Due to the nature of this product, all sales are final, and no refunds will be given.
The Jade Presets
Warm earthy colors set the tone for this preset collection.
The presets still have some punch and the contrasty look from the previous collections but are much softer overall.
This set works best outdoors, in backlight, soft light and golden hour photos.
The warm tones and earthy feel make it perfect for couples, families and outdoor weddings.
The Jade Preset Set
15 Color Presets for LR and ACR.
Use the ACR folder to upload into Lightroom Classic CC.
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I wanted to show you how to change a specific color after applying a preset for those instances where you love the preset, but need to make a few tweaks to get it looking just the way you want it. We're going to be working with the green and the yellow hue, saturation, and luminance sliders.
Watch the full video tutorial above to see how you can get your photos to look the way you want them, with the presets you love. Let me know what you think in the comments below! Love the Jade collection? Get them HERE.