Get Ready – Get Set – Edit Faster! Lightroom 4 Presets Coming Soon

Get Ready – Get Set – Edit Faster! Lightroom 4 Presets Coming Soon

On your mark, get set, GO. Coming March 13th to MCP Actions – Enlighten Presets for Lightroom 4. Scroll down and see a sneak peek – and tell us which edit you like best.

What You Need

1. To use our upcoming Lightroom Presets you need Lightroom 4. Nope, Lightroom 1-3 won’t work, nor will Photoshop CS versions or Elements.  So what are you waiting for…

–> Upgrade to Lightroom 4

–> Buy the full Lightroom 4

2. Ability to follow a few steps to install the presets.

3. The ability to click.  If you can click you can edit. It really is that simple. Want to practice? Download our Mini Enlighten sample pack with 15 Lightroom presets & resets.

Edits from the FREE Mini Enlighten Lightroom Presets:

Awake & Grunge B&W. Click the photo to get directed to the download page.

free-lightroom-presets

And a few before and after images from MCP Enlighten Lightroom Presets:

PIN your favorite of the edits below.

ann bennett-original

Edit 1: For a lemony yellow hazy look:

lightroom 4 presets

Edit 2: For a crisp, rich jewel tone edit:

lightroom presets for lightroom 4

Edit 3: For a rich, high-contrast black and white:

lightroom 4 presets

Edit 4: For a matte, warm toned black and white:

black and white matte lightroom preset

Now it’s your turn.  Which of the four edits above fits your style best? Add your answer in the comments below.

* 1st image by Kelly Roper Photography. 2nd image by Ann Bennett Photography.

 

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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