Download Preset Lightroom Gratis – Night Sky Lightroom Presets includes 11 unique presets that are ideal for processing the Milky Way and other starry photos.
- “Baseline” for an excellent starting point when processing night sky photos.
- “Boost Shadows” can help recover foreground areas in your night photos.
- “Cool a Warm Milky Way” will apply cooler tones to your scene.
- “High Contrast” is perfect for creating a dramatic photo with lots of pop.
- “Raise Highlights” is great for making the Milky Way pop in darker photos.
- “Reduce Light Pollution” will help reduce pollution from lights in your photo.
- “Sharp Black and White” creates a dramatic scene with pinpoint stars.
- “Smooth Dream” gives a wispy, ethereal look to your photo.
- “Vibrant Milky Way” creates punchy colors that really stand out.
- “Warm a Cold Milky Way” will apply warmer tones to your scene.
- “Washed Out” creates an aged, antique look.
- Folder containing the Lightroom presets.
- A “read me” file that contains instructions on how to install the presets.
- These presets are compatible with Lightroom 4-6 and Lightroom CC.
- They will also work with both RAW and JPEG photos.
Applications Supported: Adobe Lightroom File Types: LRTEMPLATE
Getting started with your new Lightroom Presets is really easy. Here are a few simple steps to follow:
Installing the Presets
- Open Lightroom.
- If you’re using a Mac, locate the top menu bar and navigate to Lightroom > Preferences. In Windows, you will navigate to Edit > Preferences.
- When the Preferences box appears, select the Presets tab.
- Click on the button labeled “Show Lightroom Presets Folder…”
- A new Finder window (Mac) or Explorer window (Windows) will appear. Open the Lightroom folder, then open the Develop Presets folder.
- Copy and paste your new presets folder into the Develop Presets folder.
- Restart Lightroom. You will find your new presets located in the Develop Module under the Presets section, along the left side of the screen.
Using the Presets
It is recommended that you first adjust your photo’s White Balance and Exposure, then start experimenting with the different preset filters. After applying a preset, you can also manually fine-tune the photo’s settings to achieve the look you want.