Daguerreotype Lightroom presets

Daguerreotype Lightroom Presets

10 Lightroom presets modeled after real Daguerreotype prints. Each preset has been crafted to look great with a wide variety of images. In many instances you will be able to get a great result with a single click. However, y...

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10 Lightroom presets modeled after real Daguerreotype prints. Each preset has been crafted to look great with a wide variety of images. In many instances you will be able to get a great result with a single click. However, you can always make adjustments to suit individual photos.

The Daguerreotype presets are also included in the Pro Lightroom Bundle, which contains every preset on Presets Galore and more.


Features

  • 10 Daguerreotype Lightroom presets.
  • Instant Download
  • Compatible with Lightroom 4, 5, 6 and CC.
  • Compatible with both Mac and PC.
  • Works on RAW and JPEG images.
  • Fully adjustable.

Daguerreotype Presets Included

Aged Paper, Charcoal, Deep Cocoa, Purple Shadows, Sepia Clarity, Sepia Wash, Soft Sepia, Warm Dark Green, Warm Pewter and Yellowed Sepia.


Lightroom presets can only be used in Adobe Lightroom and won't work in Photoshop. Once payment is made you can download the presets instantly.

First, you need to unzip the downloaded file:

Windows: right-click the file and choose "extract all".

Mac: double click the file to automatically extract it. Some Macs are configured to unzip files automatically upon download.

Next, follow these install instructions:

Windows:

  1. Open Lightroom
  2. Go to: Edit • Preferences • Presets
  3. Click on the box titled: Show Lightroom Presets Folder
  4. Double click on Lightroom
  5. Double click on Develop Presets
  6. Copy the folder(s) into Develop Presets
  7. Restart Lightroom

Mac:

  1. Open Lightroom
  2. Go to: Lightroom (upper left of screen)• Preferences • Presets
  3. Click on the box titled: Show Lightroom Presets Folder
  4. Double click on Lightroom
  5. Double click on Develop Presets
  6. Copy the folder(s) into Develop Presets
  7. Restart Lightroom